Manchester attack: Who is still missing?

Desperate parents and friends have been searching for loved ones after the attack at Ariana Grande's Manchester concert on Monday.

Twenty-two people have been confirmed dead and more than 50 more injured. Among those still unaccounted for are children, as well as parents who were waiting near the foyer to pick them up.

Here are some of those reported missing:

Nell Jones

The 14-year-old was believed to be using crutches at the concert, and has been reported missing by her family.

Family members have travelled to Manchester to help search for her.

A post on Knutsford Young Farmers' Facebook page said: "One of our members and close friend Nell Jones was at the concert last night and sadly is still missing."

Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry

Chloe, 17, and her boyfriend Liam, 19, attended the concert together. Photos are circulating local and social media in the hope someone saw them after the attack.

Pop group Little Mix have joined the appeal on Twitter.

"We don't know anything", Chloe's dad Mark Rutherford told The Sun. "I drove through the night to get here."

Martyn Hett

Dan Hett says his brother hasn't checked in since last night's event. Dan says his family "decided against the vigil" held for the victims, because they were still "in limbo".

Martyn was last heard from when he tweeted from the concert. The PR manager from Stockport was there with his friend, but the two became separated towards the end of the show.

Martyn won TV show Come Dine With Me in 2014. He was due to travel to the US for two months on Wednesday, but missed his flight.

Kaia Kopusar

Kaia, 17, is understood to have travelled from France for the concert. Kaia's parents have been phoning hospitals in Manchester for news of her, The Guardian reports.

Courtney Boyle and Philip Tron

Student Courtney Boyle was at the concert with her stepfather, Philip Tron. They've been reported missing by their family.

Mr Tron's partner, Deborah Hutchinson, posted a photo on Facebook, saying: "Please share and help find them I need them home safe".

Eilidh MacLeod

Eilidh MacLeod, 14, travelled from Scotland to see Ariana Grande perform with her friend, Laura MacIntyre.

Laura has since been found in hospital with severe burns after a 20-hour search.

Eilidh is still missing.

Laura's dad, Michael MacIntyre, told The Telegraph the trip was a birthday present for Eilidh and it was the pair's first concert.

"I was a bit hesitant about her going to a concert so far away but she seemed so happy. I'm waiting by the phone all day in case I hear any news."


Alison Howe and Lisa Lees

Ms Howe, 44, and Ms Lees, 43, didn't attend the concert but went to pick up their daughters from the event.

Alison's daughter Sasha took to Facebook asking for help finding her mother: "[We've] heard nothing", she said.

Their family have been searching hospitals in the hope of finding them alive.

Wendy Fawell

The sister of Ms Fawell, 50, posted to Facebook, saying she was last seen "just before the incident".

Charlotte Fawell wrote: "Don't know if she has her phone on her or not, police are aware, just if anyone has seen her!"

Angelika and Marcin Klis

Alex Klis, the daughter of the missing pair, wrote: "Anyone who is in any safe place or hospital in Manchester, if anyone comes across my parents please please let me know as they've been missing ever since the attack, this is a picture taken [on the night of the attack] so this is exactly what they were wearing".

Olivia Campbell

Olivia Campbell, one of the young women missing after the bombing, has been confirmed dead, by her mother, as well as her grandfather, on social media.

On Tuesday her mother broke down in tears while talking to ITV. Charlotte Campbell said she had not spoken to her daughter since Olivia had left for the concert. 

"All I know is she was at the Manchester Arena with her friend watching Ariana Grande and she's not turned up yet," she told ITV.

"I can't get through to her. I've called the hospitals, I've called all the places, the hotels where people say that children have been taken.

"I've called the police. There's no news, I've just got to wait. I'm waiting at home just in case she turns up here."