Missing Michael Graydon: Sniffer dogs used in Monaco search

Michael Graydon's family in Monaco
Image caption Michael Graydon's family are handing out leaflets in Monaco in a bit to find him

Police have begun using sniffer dogs in the search for a boxing promoter who went missing in Monaco.

Michael Graydon, from Bristol, was last seen 12 days ago after leaving a nightclub in the principality.

Despite extensive leafleting and appeals in local newspapers, his family and friends have said there are still no clues as to his whereabouts.

His half-brother Karl Mann has flown out to the resort to help in the search.

Mr Mann said: "It's torture, like living in limbo, we have no idea what's going on."

The boxing promoter was in Monaco to watch a boxing match featuring Bristol fighter, Lee Haskins.

But he did not attend the bout nor arrive at the airport for his flight home on Sunday and has not contacted his family since.

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