Updated at 10 am PT:
Los Angeles police said Saturday they had no leads in the missing persons case of Gavin Smith, a 20th Century Fox executive who has been missing since Tuesday night.
A police spokeswoman told TheWrap on Saturday: "We have no updated information."
Chris Aronson, who heads distribution at Fox, told TheWrap: “We are extremely concerned for Gavin and are doing everything possible to cooperate with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department in order to locate him.”
Aronson appealed to those who might have any idea of Smith’s whereabouts to contact the police. “We are anxious to locate him and have him returned to his family who so dearly misses him,” he said. “Any help that you can provide in this search is so greatly appreciated.”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is seeking information about a 20th Century Fox executive, Gavin Smith, who has been missing since Tuesday night.
Law enforcement officials issued a missing person’s bulletin for the 57-year-old movie distribution executive, who has worked at Fox for 18 years.
“The missing person, Gavin Smith, was last seen at his residence on the 500 block of Callwood Court, in Oak Park between 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1st, 2012,” the bulletin said.
Smith left in his 2004 Mercedes 420E (California license plate number 6EKT044) and has not been heard from since, it said. He is described by police as 6 feet 6 inches tall, 210 pounds, grey hair with blonde highlights, green eyes and a goatee.
The executive works in Fox's Calabasas office and is the branch manager for theaters in Dallas and Oklahoma City.
The Sheriff's Department is asking anyone with information to contact Detective T. Abraham or Detective C. Carns at the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau, Missing Persons Detail, (323) 890-5500.