The search for missing woman Ruth Ridley moved to the Murray River on Tuesday with emergency services trawling the water for the 58-year-old.
Albury and Border Rescue Squad captain Paul Marshall said they were searching for Mrs Ridley along the banks of the river at Walwa and in the water.
"We did a full day with Victoria Police and I believe the search efforts will continue on Wednesday with divers and a helicopter possibly coming up," he said.
"There could possibly be dirt bikes used focusing the search on the Neils Reserve area at Walwa.
"We were called out at 9am and searched the Murray River up until 5pm."
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On Monday, officers searching for Ruth who was last seen in Albury, revealed they discovered the body of her estranged husband Gary on October 29 in Shelley.
Police found the body of the 61-year-old man in a car and the death is being treated as suspicious.
Riverina Police District Inspector Adrian Telfer said police believe Mrs Ridley, aged 58, travelled from her home in Port Macquarie to Tumbarumba on October 18, in a dark blue Mitsubishi Pajero which was towing a white caravan.
Inspector Telfer said a post-mortem had been conducted, but the results had not been released.