HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman John Fraley says there has been no activity near the traps or wilderness cameras set up to locate the bear that attacked 38-year-old Brad Treat.

Fraley says the search is continuing Friday, and officials will next update the public on Saturday and discuss their plans to continue looking for the bear.

Treat was a 12-year law enforcement officer for the U.S. Forest Service.

Flathead National Forest spokeswoman Janette Turk says her agency is working with Treat's family in making the funeral arrangements for the West Glacier resident.