The brother of a man reported missing in the Malaysian jungle, has told Good Morning Britain the family are "remaining positive" about his chances of survival.
Mark Huntley described the family's initial fear when his brother Gareth went missing and frustration at the lack of involvement from the Malaysian authorities.
However, he remained upbeat about his older brother's chances after the search was stepped up. "The Malaysian Government have recently been fantastic...The search parties that have been there, from what we have been told, have been very efficient," he said.
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