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Body in Michael Mosley search IS the much-loved doctor say police - due to two giveaway clues

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Police investigating the disappearance of beloved TV doctor Michael Mosley have said there is "no question" the body recovered near a cave complex known locally as 'The Abyss' is him.

The This Morning star went missing in the Greek island of Symi on Wednesday and today it was announced that a body and umbrella were discovered in a rocky area beside Agia Marina after an extensive search operation.

While the body has yet to be formally identified, a police spokesperson said "there was no question" it was Dr Michael - who was last seen in CCTV footage carrying an umbrella.

Konstantina Dimoglou told The Sun: "We have been able to identify him from his watch and clothes. He was found close to a cave on a rocky beach.

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