The family of a French national working on the night of the London Bridge terrorist attack have paid tribute to a "marvellous son, perfect older brother and radiant young man."
Alexandre Pigeard was stabbed to death during the frenzied attack through Borough Market on Saturday June 3.
The 27-year-old who was working and living in London was one of the eight people killed on the night of terror.
Metropolitan Police detectives investigating the incident say Mr Pigeard has been identified and specially trained liaison officers are supporting his family.
In a tribute, Mr Pigeard's family, said: "Alexandre Pigeard, born on July 29 1990 in Paris, died on Saturday June 3 2017 in London.
"He was killed during the terrorist attack at Borough Market.
"One of the killers fatally stabbed him whilst he was working on the terrace of the restaurant where he had been an employee for nine months.
"Alexandre was a marvellous son, a perfect older brother and a radiant young man much loved by all who had the good fortune to meet him.
"All his friends praised his kindness, his good humour and his generosity.
"Alexandre was passionate about electronic music and a member of "Club 808", a group of DJs based in Caen (Calvados)."
Others killed in the attack include 30-year-old Canadian national Christine Archibald , 28-year-old nurse Kirsty Boden , 21-year-old Australian nanny Sara Zelenak , 36-year-old French national Sebastien Belanger , 32-year-old James McMullan, and Xavier Thomas.
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