The mother of a British man missing in the Malaysian jungle has called for the UK Government to help with the search.
Janet Southwall said she was "extremely concerned and anxious" about the safety of her son Gareth Huntley, who disappeared while trekking to a waterfall on Tioman Island.
"It's a huge wilderness out there - a remote location. He could have taken a wrong turn and just got lost in another valley - we just don't know," she said.
"The trouble is the police probably don't have proper search equipment - they need extra support."
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