Family make plea on Czech television to help find missing Fareham man

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The brother and cousin of a man who went missing on a stag do have made a televised appeal to step up the search.

(Video shows reporter Miles O’Leary explaining what has happened so far in the search for Mr Law)



Karl Law, a 34-year-old builder, from Fareham, was last seen at 11.30pm on Saturday night outside the Maxim bar in Prague. He has not been heard from since.

The British Embassy, UK police and Czech police are all involved in the search for Karl along with four family members who are scouring every inch of the city to find the father-of-one.

In the television appeal on the station Nova, Mr Law’s cousin Steve Stock says: ‘About 11.30pm or so we split off into two different groups because some of us didn’t want to go onto a nightclub scene, some of us did.

‘Obviously Karl must have lost the group, split off and that was the last time we saw him.



‘We’re getting a bit worried about him now. Any help would be great.’

Brother Craig Law says in the piece: ‘He did not contact home, his missus. It’s very, very out of character for Karl not to phone home and miss his son’s birthday. He’s a very, very family-man. We put posters up on every lamppost, tube station, bus stop, car windows. Anywhere we can possibly think of.’

It has emerged that Mr Law lost his phone on Friday night. The family are meeting with Czech police this afternoon to discuss how to move the search forward.

Mr Law was on a stag do with 12 other people. Fundraising events have been held to help fund family members to go out and search for him.