Search resumes for 3 missing Ore. mushroom pickers

By NIGEL DUARA | February 3, 2012 | 8:55 PM EST

This undated photo provided by the Curry County Sheriff's Office shows missing mushroom pickers Daniel and Belinda Conne. Belinda and Daniel Conne, both 47, and their 25-year-old son, Michael, were last seen Sunday at the Huntley Park campground on the Rogue River about eight miles northeast of Gold Beach, Ore., where they had been living the past eight months since moving from Oklahama, Bishop said. They supported themselves with working odd jobs, glass blowing and picking mushrooms. Searchers were mystified that four days of searching has failed to turn up the three family members. (AP Photo/Curry County Sheriff's Office)

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Searchers recovered a can of Pepsi, mushroom-picking buckets and toilet paper on Friday, but no sign of a couple and their adult son who disappeared after leaving their Southern Oregon campsite to pick mushrooms.

Belinda and Daniel Conne (KAHN), both 47, and their 25-year-old son, Michael, were last seen Sunday at their campsite on the Rogue River. They did not return to a camping trailer where they left two dogs.

Their Jeep was found on a logging road.

Curry County Sheriff John Bishop says searchers found the items in a 4-square-mile area of rugged coastal forest.

Bishop put out a statewide call for search-and-rescue resources. He says authorities have no reason to suspect foul play in the disappearances.