The search for Perth father Jordan Marshall continues with gusto more than a month after he disappeared in the South West, with both police and family urging the community to support search efforts. Police renewed the spotlight on the Perth father’s missing status this week as they urged the community to assist with their search efforts on the man. Mr Marshall was last seen on Wednesday December 8 at the Mammoth Cave tourist centre and has been described as 170cm tall with a solid build, short brown hair, brown eyes and facial hair. He was last seen wearing black shorts and a white t-shirt and is believed to be carrying a black backpack. His burnt out vehicle was located at Mammoth Cave, however police have not linked the 40-year-old to the fire, which they say was deliberately lit. In the days following his disappearance, family members rushed to the South West to help in the search for their beloved son, father, brother and friend. His father, Ross Marshall, was one of the first in Margaret River to help in the search, posting flyers around town and claimed he will not leave the region until his son was found. While community fears have grown in the weeks following his disappearance that he may never have escaped the blaze, his loved ones have not given up on their search. Social media posts continue to be shared among South West communities and the Perth metro area and a Help Find Jordan Marshall Facebook page has been created to support the search. Mr Marshall’s younger brother, Daniel, said his sibling was diagnosed with a mental health condition last year however had been getting active treatment. “We are pleading with members of the community to keep an eye out for Jordan and to check their properties for any signs of him,” he said. “We would appreciate any help that will bring our ‘Jordo’ home.” Another person who knows Mr Marshall well described him as “dearly loved”. “To people who don’t understand mental illness: you just can’t judge anyone struggling with it,” he said. “He wouldn’t wish harm on anyone.” While his disappearance came the same day the devastating fires tore through the region, police have repeatedly said nothing suggested he was linked to the fire. Conjecture on social media linking Mr Marshall with the fire’s ignition drew a response from Margaret River Officer in Charge, Simone Taplin, who said while police “definitely want to speak to Jordan Marshall” continued commentary could further deter him from making contact. Anyone who sees Mr Marshall are urged to contact police immediately on 131 444 or provide information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.