THE cousin of missing Fareham man Karl Law has insisted he won’t get married unless Mr Law is found.
(Video shows reporter Miles O’Leary explaining what has happened so far in the search for Mr Law)
The 34-year-old dad went missing while on a stag night in Prague with his cousin and other friends and family last weekend.
Lee Cross, 41, who was the stag and is due to get married in December, said Mr Law’s fiancée and three-year-old son are desperate for him to return - and insists he is not getting married unless Mr Law is found.
‘I spoke to Amanda (his fiancée) on Facebook a couple of days ago,’ said Mr Cross.
‘She wants him back home and his little boy wants his dad home.
‘I don’t know if my wedding will go ahead now.
‘I won’t get married unless Karl is found.
‘This is the fifth day we have not had any contact from him.
‘It’s totally out of the blue for him.’
As reported, Prague police have already helped put out posters and the British Embassy is providing ‘consular assistance’ – which has included appointing a case worker in London who is keeping the family informed of any new developments.
Family members have also appeared on Czech television, pleading for Karl to get in touch.
It has been revealed a stag do tour guide in Prague may have been the last person to see Karl before he disappeared, and the search party is eager to get in touch with them.
Milada Korbelova told The News she briefly talked to the dad-of-one from Fareham about his hat at a bar called Coyotes Prague.
Karl was on his own when they chatted at around midnight on Sunday morning.