The second victim of the terror attack on London Bridge and Borough Market has been named as James McMullan.
The 32-year-old - who lived in Hackney - was last seen outside of the Barrowboy & Banker pub, located on London Bridge's south side.
Police officials have told his family McMullan's bank card was found on one of the bodies of those killed in the incident.
In a statement given to Sky News, the 32-year-old's sister Melissa paid tribute to him, calling him an "inspiration."
She said there would "only ever be one James", and urged viewers to remember "hatred is the refuge" of small-minded people.
McMullan is awaiting formal identification with the coroner's report on Wednesday.