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The son of missing Roger Bainbridge talks to ITV Border about his family's hopes that he will still be found alive.
He has now been missing for over two months, and the foreign office is being urged to assist the family in getting Roger Bainbridge put on Interpol's Missing Persons list.
Cumbrian MP Tim Farron has called on the Foreign Office to help to put a man from Kendal on the Interpol Missing Person's List.
It has been over two months since Roger Bainbridge went missing while visiting the Greek island of Anti-Paxos on 26 September.
It is up to the Greek police to ask Interpol to put him on the list of missing persons, but this has not happened yet.
The Foreign Office is now being urged to get involved.
Cumbria Police have released a statement about their continued efforts to help the family of a man from Kendal who went missing while on holiday in Greece.
The family of a man from Kendal, who went missing while on holiday in Greece, are hoping that an officer from Cumbria Police will go out to assist with the investigations.
Cumbria Police has agreed in principal, as has the local Greek police force, but the decision still has to be approved by the relevant Greek government department.
The family of a man from Kendal, who is missing in Greece, have asked Cumbria police to join the search.
67-year-old Roger Bainbridge has not been seen for six days.
Relatives say he is very fit for his age and that his disappearance is completely out of character.
Cumbria Police have told ITV News that they are happy to help with the investigation if they are asked by the Greek authorities.
Katie Hunter's full report is below.
The family of a man from Cumbria who is missing in Greece are calling for Britain to send police officers to investigate.
67-year-old Roger Bainbridge, from Kendal, was last seen on Thursday when he left his sister's home to go walking on the small island of Antipaxos.
A military helicopter from Athens is now searching but the family says they are losing hope he will be found alive.
Finola Miles has the latest - watch her full report below.
A military helicopter with thermal imaging equipment is currently searching for a man from Cumbria who went missing while on holiday in Greece.
The helicopter has been scrambled from a base in Athens to assist in the search for 67-year-old Roger Bainbridge.
It follows calls from both Mr Bainbridge's family, and local MP Tim Farron, to use the helicopter in the continuing search.
The search is continuing for a Cumbrian man who bhas gone missing while on holiday in Greece.
Roger Bainbridge, who is 67, and from Kendal hasn't been seen since Thursday.
He left his sister's home to go walking on the small island of Anti Paxos and did not return.
The family of a Cumbrian man who has gone missing in Greece say they are worried sick and baffled by his disappearance.
Roger Bainbridge, from Kendal, was visiting his sister when he didn't return from a day trip.
Greek police are now searching for him and his local MP is calling on the authorities to bring in thermal imaging helicopters.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports:
Cumbrian MP Tim Farron has called for a military helicopter with thermal-imaging capabilities to help with the search for missing Cumbrian holidaymaker Roger Bainbridge: