A body is found while searching for the missing TV presenter

A body has been found during a search for TV presenter Michael Mosley on a Greek island, according to the BBC.

The BBC said that a number of people reported this, including the island’s mayor, who is one of many searching the Greek island of Symi since Mosley disappeared four days ago.

Authorities, Mosley’s family and volunteers are also searching for the TV presenter and believe he was in a remote mountainous area. A police source told the BBC that the body, which has not yet been officially identified, had been dead “for several days.”

The news comes shortly after Mosley’s wife, Clare Bailey, issued a statement saying “we will not give up hope.”

Mosley, 67, disappeared after setting off from the island’s beach on Wednesday afternoon. The couple has four children and reportedly traveled to the island to help in the search.

Mosley is one of the UK’s best-known TV presenters, having made his name in a series of nutrition and health documentaries after initially working as a producer at the BBC. He is the author of several health books and is credited with creating the popular 5:2 diet, where people lose weight by cutting back on their intake for two days each week. He also hosts a BBC podcast one thing About physical and mental health.

His wife’s statement yesterday read: “It has been three days since Michael left the beach to go for a walk. The longest and most difficult days for me and my children.

“The search is continuing and our family is extremely grateful to the people of Symi, the Greek authorities and the British Consulate who are working tirelessly to help find Michael.”

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