The family of murdered teacher Lindsay Hawker have joined a candlelit vigil in Japan on the anniversary of her death.
Family and friends gathered around a picture of Miss Hawker at the vigil
The 22-year-old was found buried in a bath of sand on the balcony of an apartment in Toyko a year ago.
Family and friends of the student teacher, from Brandon in Coventry, gathered in a bar in Ichikawa, east of Tokyo, to toast her memory.
Prime suspect Tatsuya Ichihashi, whose apartment Lindsay's body was found in, is believed to be in hiding.
At a press conference yesterday, her sister, Lisa, called on Mr Ichihashi, whom police believe someone is sheltering, to give himself up.
She said: "You have taken one life and destroyed many more. You have taken away my best friend and broken our hearts. I implore you, please atone for your crime."