A man from Accrington who was reported missing last week has been found dead in his van.
Rocky Price, 54, was last seen by his family on Whinney Hill Road at 5.30pm on Thursday.
Police issued an appeal to the public to help find Mr Price and launched an extensive operation using tactical aid units, detectives, specially trained officers.
Police said they were 'extremely worried' about Rocky as he had 'some personal problems' and his family were said to be 'incredibly worried'.
Mr Price was found dead in his Mercedes Sprinter van just before midday on Saturday on Marshall Avenue in Huncoat.
His death is not being treated as suspicious and police investigations are continuing.
A police spokesperson said: "There was an extensive police search due to the circumstances and Mr Price was found on Saturday just before midday on Marshall Avenue, Huncoat.
"He was found in his vehicle and all we can say at the moment is there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
"It has now been passed onto the coroner and his family have been made aware and are understandably distraught."
The two-day search was assisted by members of the Rossendale and Pendle Mountain Team.
Team leader Andy Simspon said: "We got a call on Friday lunchtime saying what had happened and that police had identified an area they would like us to search based on signals from his mobile phone.
"We searched the wooded area between Altham Industrial Estate and Clayton-le-Moors while a helicopter searched over the open land but we found nothing.
"We then identified a couple of areas to go back to on Saturday morning but we got a call around noon saying Mr Price had been found outside our search area in Huncoat."
Friends and family of Mr Price also joined in the search of residential estates.