Missing Michael Graydon: Monaco and Bristol events raise awareness

Michael Graydon's family in Monaco
Image caption Michael Graydon's family are handing out leaflets in Monaco in a bit to find him

The family of a Bristol boxing promoter who went missing in Monaco is handing out leaflets in the principality appealing for help to find him.

Michael Graydon, 29, from Stockwood had gone there to watch a boxing match featuring Bristol fighter Lee Haskins.

He vanished after becoming separated from a friend outside the Rascasse night club at 01:40 GMT on Saturday.

His family, wearing T-shirts bearing Mr Graydon's image, will also be leafleting the club later.

Meanwhile, friends in Bristol are organising a series of events this weekend to raise funds and awareness of Mr Graydon's disappearance.

These include a march on Saturday and a sparring event on Sunday.

Mr Graydon, who has a fiancée and 18-month-old son, did not see the fight last Saturday evening or arrive at the airport for his flight home on Sunday and has not contacted his family since.

His mother Jane Graydon, who has flown out to Monaco with other other family members, has been shown CCTV footage showing her son running away from the night club but he was not being pursued.

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Image caption Michael Graydon's family has flown to Monaco to put up missing posters of him

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