The desperate two-week search for an Australian teenage girl still missing after the deadly White Island eruption has been called off.
Winona Langford, 17, is one of two people New Zealand police have been unable to find in the fortnight since the Whakaari blast.
The other is Kiwi tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman, aged 40.
Winona’s parents, Kristine and Anthony, were both killed by the blast.
“This decision [to call off the search] follows extensive shoreline and substantial aerial searches from east of White Island to north of Cape Runaway,” Bay of Plenty District Commander Superintendent Andy McGregor said.
“The families of the two missing people have been informed of this decision.”
Police are ready to act if new information emerges, he said.
The death toll stands at 19, including Ms Langford and Mr Marshall-Inman.