• Gannon Stauch, 11, was last reportedly seen at his family's home in Colorado Springs on Jan. 27
  • He was initially considered a runaway before police changed his status to endangered
  • Police don't suspect foul play was involved but have been speaking with people of interest who may know of his location

Police continued their search Tuesday for a boy from Colorado Springs, Colorado, who has been missing for over a week.

Gannon Stauch, 11, was last seen on Jan. 27 near his family’s home. Initial search efforts were focused in the surrounding neighborhood and nearby Colorado Springs Airport before expanding the search grounds. Police have been aided by civilian volunteers, with the total number of searchers reportedly numbering in the hundreds.

KDVR, a Fox affiliate in Denver, reported Tuesday that it had obtained a video from a neighbor’s surveillance camera, which it would not release because of a request from local police. The neighbor shared the video with Stauch's father and detectives reportedly said, "this is the break they needed."

Investigators have not publicly commented about the video. Meanwhile, local residents continue to help in the search.

“It's everyone saying, 'You know, we believe something can be done,' and we're all here to do it,” drone pilot and volunteer John Wilson told reporters.

Gannon was first considered a runaway by police after he was reported missing on Jan. 27. His status was then changed Thursday to “endangered” after police failed to find any evidence of Gannon’s location.

His stepmother told authorities that he was on his way to a friend's home when he went missing.

Poor weather conditions in the area have also hampered search efforts.

“There’s a number of factors in this case,” Lt. Mitch Mihalko of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said. “Obviously we’ve been having cold weather, so the weather was one issue. The time frame ... is another issue. The fact that he’s under the age of 13, he’s 11 years old, and he also has specific medication that he takes, so we want to make sure that all those resources are being poured into finding him.”

Mihalko said that while police had people of interest they were speaking to, investigators don’t suspect foul play.

“We are looking at persons of interest -- let me clarify on that,” Mihalko said. “Persons of interest to us are people who might be able to give us additional information on the location of Gannon. And so we are actively following up on those leads.”

The FBI Child Abduction Rapid Deployment team, the Colorado Springs Police Department and the nearby Fountain Police Department have joined the search efforts.

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In this photo, police cars sit on Main Street in Dallas, Texas, on July 7, 2016. Laura Buckman/AFP/Getty Images