Egyptian police say they are searching for six Pakistani men in connection with Saturday's deadly attacks at a Red Sea resort -- three nearly simultaneous bombings that killed at least 88 people in Sharm el-Sheikh.
Police have distributed photographs of the men, who were in Sharm el-Sheikh area during the attacks but have since disappeared, after leaving their passports in a hotel.
Police also say they have found the remains of what appears to be a Pakistani man at the Ghazala Gardens Hotel, which was left in ruins after a massive car-bomb explosion.
Before Monday's announcement, Egyptian authorities said they had rounded up nearly 100 people in connection with the bombings, but there is no word whether any of the detainees are considered suspects in the attack.
A group citing ties to al-Qaida claimed responsibility for the bombings in an Internet statement that has not been authenticated.
Information for this report is provided by AP and AFP.