The final Grenfell Tower death toll will stand at 71, police have said.
The last two victims were formally identified by a coroner on Wednesday (November 15) - more than five months after the disaster .
The coroner has now identified 70 people, while police have recorded stillborn baby Logan Gomes as a victim on the fire.
Police now believe that all those who died in the fire have been recovered and identified.
Scotland Yard has also revealed the search operation inside the stricken high-rise is expected to conclude in early December, but are not expecting to discover the remains of any more victims.
Specially trained officers from the Met, City of London Police and British Transport Police have been engaged in the mammoth search and recovery operation, with every single flat on every single floor and every communal area thoroughly and meticulously examined.
This has included a full forensic fingertip search, with officers examining 15.5 tonnes of debris on each floor. Officers have been supported throughout the process by forensic anthropologists, archaeologists and odontologists.
In the days following the fire the Met Casualty Bureau handled thousands of calls from people reporting that they knew or believed someone was inside Grenfell Tower that night.
Each call was logged and investigated, and on June 15 the Met had compiled a missing list of 400 people.
But this included multiple reports of the same people, with one individual reported missing on 46 separate occasions, while others were reported under different names.
The work to locate all those reported as missing concluded “in the last few weeks”, says the Met, which is “now confident they have all been traced and accounted for”.
Police say some people were reported dead as part of what it believes to be frauds , by individuals hoping to profit from the tragedy.
Police have revealed they believe 293 people were inside the building when flames broke out at about 1am, with 223 escaping.
Commander Stuart Cundy said: “The human cost and terrible reality of what took place at Grenfell Tower affects so many people. Our search operation and ongoing investigation is about those people.
'Criminal investigation is continuing'
"Tragically, that night, 70 children and adults died and a baby was stillborn. My thoughts, and those of all my colleagues in the Met Police, are with all those who lost their loved ones, those who survived, the local community and all those who live with this tragedy every day.
“Our criminal investigation is continuing, and we are determined to do all we can to find the answers that so many people so desperately want.”
Dr Fiona Wilcox, senior Coroner for Westminster, is expected to open and adjourn the final planned inquests on November 22.
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