The brother of a British woman killed on the Indonesian island of Bali has told ITV News he does not know whether to pay "any credence" to reports of a man arrested in relation to her death.
"We hope that the Indonesian authorities follow it through rigorously, we hope that the rule of law will prevail," Greg Drozdz said.
"It looked as though she had gone to the apartment where she was staying, had possibly come in to her apartment to find burglars there.
"There had been a scuffle of some sort, and that the result...was that my sister had been killed."
Mr Drozdz described his sister Anne-Marie as "independent" and a "free spirit".
"She was very passionate, very dedicated to what she did which was working with younger people," he said.
"Unfortunately in chasing her aspirations and her ambitions she has come foul of the criminal elements."
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