An Australian nurse and a man from France have been named among the victims of the London Bridge terror attack on Saturday night. "But as we are very aware of the responsibilities involved, we understand the distress and difficulties faced by those who have to manage such a complicated situation".
"Witness accounts suggest that it is possible that Xavier was struck by the van that resulted in him being thrown into the River Thames", police said in a statement.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said the search for Thomas continued on Wednesday.
Ms Delcros is said to have been seriously injured. He did not identify the victim, but British police said the next of kin of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas were informed.
Relatives of Australian Sara Zelenak have confirmed she was another of the victims of the weekend attack.
Thomas has not been seen since the night of the attack.
Tara posted on Facebook: "Even though there was limbo for days, there was still a bit of hope".
Kirsty Boden was killed after she ran towards danger to help people, her family said.
Meanwhile, the Spanish government has confirmed that Ignacio Echeverría, 39, was killed in Saturday's attack.
A former USA intelligence official has offered his nation's condolences to three Australians killed in attacks in London and Melbourne, Australia.
The rampage was brought to an end when the trio were shot dead by armed police eight minutes after the first emergency call.
"Last year. when I went to England, he was a bit more rigid", Collina, a convert to Islam, told reporters in a series of interviews Wednesday.
Perpetrators of all three terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom this year - two in London and one in Manchester - have at some point been monitored by security agencies.
London officials said a large part of the outer cordon of the crime scene had reopened.
Zaghba, Pakistan-born British citizen Butt and Rachid Redouane, 30, who claimed to be Moroccan-Libyan, launched a rampage around London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday night. He created the sporting competition for injured and sick servicemen and women after his two tours of duty in Afghanistan.