Search for missing Fareham dad Karl Law steps up a gear

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MORE family and friends are flying out to Prague today to help in the effort to find missing father Karl Law.

There are now eight people on the hunt for clues leading to the 34-year-old’s whereabouts in the Czech capital as opposed to four previously.



As reported, Mr Law, from Fareham, vanished during his cousin’s stag-do in Prague last Saturday and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

The British Embassy and local police are involved but family members have admitted officers are not doing enough and should be out with them helping to find the father-of-one.

Mr Law’s brother Craig said: ‘We’ve had a bit of an uplift now that more people are coming out today.

‘We haven’t had any updates at all. I’m waiting for a phone call from the police.

‘It has been pretty much the same for the last week.

‘We’re just waiting, and doing all we can to find him.’

A fundraiser is being held at Hill Park Memorial Working Men’s Club, Highlands Road, Fareham, tonight from 7pm onwards to help raise funds for those out in Prague searching for Mr Law.