DIAMOND LAKE, Ore. – The search for Jared Bruce Boria, a missing kayaker presumed drowned, is still underway. The 37 year-old went missing Tuesday, June 30, 2020, after he launched his kayak from his camping space at Diamond Lake Campground and paddled out onto the lake. At approximately 10:20 PM, dispatchers began receiving reports of a male yelling for help from the water. Boria was later reported as missing by his wife. Search efforts are in the fourth day since the the initial report. Searchers have located his kayak, his paddle and shoes, but have not found Boria. “There are factors which make this a difficult search mission. The primary difficulty we are currently facing is that no one observed where Jared was on the lake when he was calling for help,” said Sgt. Brad O’Dell. “Searches usually begin at the point where the individual was last seen. In this case, it was too dark and witnesses could only hear requests for help, therefore we are making assumptions as to where he may have became distressed”. The Sheriff’s Office is grateful for the assistance which has been provided to help locate Boria. Efforts to locate him have included marine deputies and searchers with specialized underwater scanning capabilities, dive team efforts, Search and Rescue crews from multiple counties and air assets. The following agencies have assisted in the search. DCSO Marine Division; DCSO Dive Team; Douglas County Search and Rescue; Coos County Search and Rescue; Klamath County Search and Rescue; Jackson County Search and Rescue; Diamond Lake Resort; Oregon State Police – Fish and Game Division; United States Forest Service Law Enforcement; REACH Air Medical Services. Search efforts are expected to continue over the holiday weekend. Anyone recreating in the area is asked to report any possible signs of Boria by dialing 9-1-1.