Naya Rivera's distraught mom is pictured crumpled on the banks of the lake where she went missing as search continues

Naya Rivera's distraught mom has been pictured crumpled on the banks of the lake where her daughter disappeared as the search for the missing Glee star entered its fourth day.

Rivera's mother Yolanda was pictured kneeling with her arms outstretched in desperation in front of Lake Piru in Ventura near Los Angeles on Saturday alongside Naya's brother Michael as the duo joined in the search for the missing star. 

Rivera, 33, disappeared while out boating on the lake with her four-year-old son Josey on Wednesday. Josey was found alone in a rental boat Wednesday evening with no sign of his mother, who is now presumed dead. 
Naya Rivera's mother Yolanda and brother Michael are seen embracing on the edge of the lake as the search for Naya continues
Yolanda and Michael joined the Ventura County Sheriff's search team to scour the lake and were seen embracing on the shore. 

Footage has been released showing the nightmarish underwater hunt for Rivera's body as authorities warn she could be found 'five minutes from now or five days from now' and her devastated family say they 'need closure'. 
The actress's distraught family said they just 'wish' she could be found so they could get some 'closure' over what is believed to have been a tragic drowning accident. Rivera pictured with son Josey
Ventura County Sheriff's Department shared footage of the 'difficult' search for the missing actress on Twitter Friday night, which has been hampered by the poor visibility of the lake's murky waters. 

The video shows the imagery picked up around 30 foot deep in the water.

In it, authorities point to a tree limb which looks like nothing more than a long dark shape given the water's poor visibility, highlighting the challenges divers are facing in trying to find the missing mother-of-one.  
Footage has been released in the underwater hunt (pictured) for Rivera's body as authorities warn she could be found 'five minutes from now or five days from now'. Authorities point to a tree limb which looks like nothing more than a long dark shape given the water's poor visibility, highlighting the challenges divers are facing in the search
The video shows the imagery picked up around 30 foot deep in the water
'Here's an example of the underwater visibility at a 30-foot depth in Lake Piru,' the Sheriff's Department tweeted.  

A second social media post shows footage of the a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) being lowered into Lake Piru and details that specialized equipment including sonar, divers and dogs have also been deployed in the hunt.

'Here's the ROV used by @TulareSheriff in the search for Naya Rivera at Lake Piru today,' the Sheriff's Department wrote.   

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