Becky's uncle says family 'almost at breaking point'

Becky Watts' uncle Sam Galsworthy said the family is trying to stay positive. Credit: ITV News

Sam Galsworthy, uncle of missing teenager Becky Watts, has spoken for the first time to ITV News reporter Duncan Golastani about the family's anguish as the search continues for the 16-year-old and they wait for information.

Mr Galsworthy said the family are "almost at breaking point."

He thanked the community for their support during this difficult time and said their help was uplifting the family.

Mr Galsworthy described Becky as an "average" 16-year-old. He added that the family would try to remain positive and support each other.

Two people are still in police custody after being arrested in relation to Becky's disappearance.