Fifteen years after 9/11, relatives of those who died are still trying to recover their possessions

The only thing returned to Wilton Sekzer was a fragment of bone.

Half the length of a Biro pen, the splinter of human remains was handed over after the death of his son Jason, 31, in the September 11 attacks.

But Mr Sekzer wants more.

A retired New York police officer, Mr Sekzer believes it is time for the authorities to jumpstart their stalled efforts to reunite victims’ families with their relations’ final effects, and hand over all the items that remain in storage – 15 years later.