The mother of Gareth Huntley, who is missing in the Malaysian jungle, has arrived in the country as officials continue to search for her 34-year-old son.
Police in Pahang posted pictures of its search team on Facebook, writing that it has "intensified" efforts to find the backpacker, who is on a sabbatical from his job in the City.
Mr Thomas, who is originally from the Leeds-Bradford border, has not been seen since he went on a trek to visit a waterfall in Tioman Island, off the south-eastern coast of the country's mainland, last Tuesday morning.
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