We are not taking Briton’s disappearance in Tioman lightly, say cops

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  • Sunday, 01 Jun 2014

Missing, Gareth David Huntley. Pic taken from 'Find Gareth Huntly' Facebook page.

KUANTAN: The police are taking the search for missing Briton Gareth David Huntley very seriously contrary to what the foreign press are reporting, said Pahang police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Sharifuddin Ab Ghani.

He said several foreign electronic media had reported that the police were not serious in the search for the 34-year-old man, which was not accurate.

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