A Plymouth MP has called for the reburial of Royal Navy sailors from World War Two, who were left in mass graves off the coast of Indonesia.
Labour MP Luke Pollard has made the call to the UK government following the latest incident of sunken ships from the war being disturbed by metal scavengers in the region.
It is estimated this practice has already destroyed up to 40 World War Two-era vessels in the Java sea.
One of those is the HMS Exeter on which 54 sailors died.
In a statement, Mr Pollard said: "As the MP for Devonport, I am asking for relatives of those who died on HMS Exeter to come forward to help me in my campaign to see these sailors buried properly.
"No fallen British sailor should have their remains dumped in unmarked mass graves in the 21st Century."