Bristol marchers raise missing Michael Graydon case

Hundreds march through Bristol to raise awareness of missing boxing promoter Michael Graydon
Image caption The march was used to fundraise for, and draw attention to, the search for Michael Graydon

Around 200 people have marched through Bristol to draw attention to a boxing promoter who went missing in Monaco.

Michael Graydon, 29, from Stockwood, disappeared last weekend after going to watch a boxing match in the French Riviera state.

He became separated from a friend outside the Rascasse night club, at 01:40 GMT on Saturday.

His family say they are "not getting enough help" from the authorities overseas and want further support.

The march was also used to raise money to help the family meet legal costs and interpreter fees.

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

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

His mother, who has flown out to Monaco with other other family members, has been shown CCTV footage of her son running away from the nightclub, although he was not being pursued by anyone.

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