A family in Australia are appealing for help to find their seven-year-old boy who is still missing following the Barcelona terror attack in Las Ramblas.
Two NSW women remain in serious but stable conditions in hospital, while two Victorian men - both of whom were hit by the attacker's van - have been discharged after receiving treatment.
News of the missing comes as two Spaniards, three Germans and one Belgian were identified among the dead, according to Spanish media.
"My cousin, Julian Alessandro Cadman is missing", wrote George Cadman.
The grandfather of Julian Cadman said the young boy went missing after becoming separated from his mother, who was seriously wounded in the attack. Please like and share.
People sit next to flowers, messages, stuffed toys and others items displayed on Las Ramblas boulevard in tribute to the victims of the Barcelona attack, a day after a van drove into pedestrians.
The boy's father, Andrew Cadman, said he had spoken to the pair only several hours before the attack.
The police force for Spain's Catalonia region says the five suspects shot and killed in the resort town of Cambrils were carrying bomb belts, which were detonated by the force's bomb squad.
He is flying to Barcelona tonight to search for his son.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop previously confirmed that four Australians had been hurt in the terrorist attack, and that one remained unaccounted for.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.
More than 100 people were injured after the terror attack.