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Symi mayor confirms discovery of Michael Mosley's body

A body has been found in the search for TV doctor and columnist Michael Mosley, who went missing on a Greek island. The body is believed to be that of Dr Mosley, it has been reported.

The body and an umbrella were discovered in a rocky area beside Agia Marina on Symi on Sunday after an extensive search operation led by emergency workers. It is thought to have been there for several days.

Dr Mosley is thought to have fallen around 10 metres (32ft) off a cliff into the sea, the Mirror has reported. The mayor Eleftherios Papakaloudoukassaid: "During our research, and as we were approaching a cave next to the Agia Marina beach, we were shooting along the coastline with cameras. We saw an object next to a fence on the beach and when we zoomed in we realised that it was Michael Mosley's body. He had probably fallen from a short cliff of about 10 metres."

The body has not yet been formally identified.

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The 67-year-old TV personality was last seen by friends at Agios Nikolaos beach on Wednesday, before going for a walk to the centre of the island. The search effort has been widespread, operating in dangerous conditions and high temperatures, and has included police, firefighters with drones, Greek Red Cross workers, divers, a search dog and a helicopter.

Drones were deployed earlier this week as part of the search and rescue mission in Symi, one of Greece's Dodecanese Islands.

Dr Mosley, known for popularising the 5:2 diet and for his appearances on The One Show and This Morning, was on holiday when he vanished.

Greek authorities shifted their focus to a treacherous mountainous area after CCTV footage from a house at the edge of a