The family of a British-South African victim of the MH17 air disaster claim his credit card has been "abused" in Ukraine since his death.
Shane Hattingh, brother-in-law of 43-year-old helicopter rescue pilot Cameron Dalziel, made the claim to CNN after the family watched the first coffins arrive in the Netherlands yesterday.
He said Dalziel's widow Reine was keeping herself busy with errands such as cancelling the cards and getting her two sons into schools, but added she was "destroyed" by the procession yesterday.
Of the rebels that have held up search efforts following the crash, Hattingh said: "They have no respect for each other, look what they're doing... It's no surprise that they were treating the remains of people like that. It made me angry beyond words."
The mother of the three Australian children killed on flight MH17 told a memorial service her "arms would always be reaching for them."
A woman has apparently posted pictures of herself on social media with mascara looted from the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash site.
A large section of plane wreckage and everyday carry-on items like chocolates remain scattered among the wild flowers at the crash site.