An eighth British victim of the terror attacks in Sri Lanka is reported to be a woman from Manchester.
Lorraine Campbell was last seen at a hotel targeted by a suicide bomber in Colombo.
Her son Mark told the Daily Mail that she is the last of eight British victims caught up in the atrocities on Easter Sunday to be named.
The newspaper reported that Lorraine Campbell, an IT director, was on a business trip and staying at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel - one of three 5 star hotels targeted by suicide bombers.
Police have appealed for anyone with images or video from the period surrounding the attack to contact them - and officers have been sent to airports in the UK to speak to anyone returning from Sri Lanka.