Supporters of missing Bristol boxing promoter Michael Graydon marched through the city today.
They set off from Broad Plain boxing gym to walk to College Green this afternoon. It's a week since he disappeared in Monacco where he'd gone to see a boxing match. He missed the event and his flight home. He was last seen outside a night club. His family have flown out there.
They've met Government officials and confirmed the search has spread to France. Professional boxer David Haye is shocked at Michael's disappearance. He paid tribute to the "very popular lad" and says he hopes all efforts are being made to find him.
A march through Bristol is taking place today to support the family and friends of missing Bristol boxing promoter, Michael Graydon.
The march has set off from Broad Plain boxing club and will end at College Green.
Michael from Stockwood was las seen leaving a nightclub in Monaco last Saturday. The 29-year-old had travelled to Monaco to watch a boxing match. But he didn't make the event and missed his flight home.
Professional boxer David Haye has spoken to ITV news of his shock at the disappearance of boxing promoter Michael Graydon, who he called "one of our own".
He paid tribute to the "very popular lad" and says he hopes all efforts are being made to find him.
Police say Michael could be on a boat in the middle of the ocean, or he could be in France or Italy.
However it seems that with little evidence this is all speculation.
It's now been more than a week since Bristol boxing promoter Michael Gradyon went missing in Monaco.
His mother and fiancee, who flew out to help find him, are still out there searching.
Well-wishers have raised over £14,000 to help.
It's been nearly a week since Michael Graydon went missing in Monaco.
In desperate need of answers his family and friends have taken to the city's streets to search for the boxing promoter.
I just want him back, even on the worst case scenario, I want to take my son home with me.
The mother of missing Bristol-man Michael Graydon says the thing she fears most is never getting any answers about what happened to her son.
It's been four days since Michael Graydon was last seen. His family are arriving in Monaco to help with the search.
It's been four days since Michael Graydon was last seen.
The family of the boxing promoter from Bristol have spent the day searching for him in the centre of Monaco, and more family members have been arriving to support his mother and girlfriend.
Our reporter Victoria Davies is in Monaco this evening and sent this report:
The Bristol boxer Lee Haskins has appealed for the safe return of his friend Michael Graydon, who hasn't been seen since leaving a nightclub in Monaco last Saturday.
Michael, who's from Stockwood in Bristol, was last seen leaving the Racasse nightlucb in the early hours of Saturday morning. The 29 year old had travelled to watch Lee fight on the Saturday.
It's a scary thing, and to be gone this long now, it just seems to get worse and worse in your mind when he hasn't turned up. It's such a strange thing.
I'm just hoping everybody's getting involved, helping out in finding him and sharing pages and just doing everything in their power to get him back
There are also growing fears for a Bristol man who's disappeared in Monaco. Michael Graydon from Stockwood hasn't been seen since leaving a nightclub in the early hours of Saturday.
The 29-year-old had travelled to Monaco to watch a boxing match. But he didn't make the event and missed his flight home.
Michael's wife and mother have now flown out to Monaco to help with the search.
We don't know what happened to michael, we haven't heard anything. The only facts we have is that he was last seen outside the nightclub running away at 1:40 in the morning. We don't know anything else. Nothing else. We've just been going crazy with speculation.