On 5 September 2012 four people were shot dead after a gunman opened
fire on a British family travelling by car in the French Alps.
A man and two women - believed to be the girls' mother, father and an
older relative - were in the British-registered BMW, which was riddled
with bullets, as well as a passing cyclist.
Police named the father, who was shot in the head, as Saad al-Hilli,
50, from Claygate, Surrey.
A four-year-old girl was found alive underneath the bodies of her
family around eight hours after the massacre.
And a seven-year-old girl, thought to be her sister, was found
violently beaten and is in a coma, fighting for her life.
Mr al-Hilli's family were named by neighbours on Thursday as wife
Iqbal and daughters Zainab, seven, and Zeena, four.
One theory is that shots could have been fired during a bungled armed
robbery, with the dead cyclist - named as Sylvain Mollier - being a
witness to the crime. Prosecutors said 15 cartridges were found around
the BMW and a "very large number" of shots had been fired.
Mr al-Hilli and his family had been holidaying in a caravan at the Le
Solitaire du Lac campsite in nearby Saint-Jorioz.