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Missing Arthur Jones: Community support kept us going, says son

4 August 2014 Last updated at 17:50 BST

A body has been found in the search for a Denbigh pensioner missing in Crete.

The son of Arthur Jones, 73, described the news as "deeply upsetting", although the man's body has yet to be formally identified by authorities.

Mr Jones, a keen walker with 40 years' experience, had not been seen since 19 June - two days after he arrived on the Greek island for a holiday.

"The last six weeks have been terribly stressful, difficult to cope and hard to think straight," said Jeff Jones, from Prestatyn, who thanked supporters for their help and comfort during the search for his father.

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