The Foreign Office have confirmed that the Malaysian government have deployed dogs, boats and a helicopter to look for missing Brit, Gareth Huntley, who went missing in the Malaysian jungle a week ago:
The Defence Secretary was assured that the Malaysian authorities would do all they could to locate him and had already deployed significant assets including dogs, boats and a helicopter.
The Government will continue to work with the Malaysian authorities to ensure there is a comprehensive search.
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