Hope ended with a knock at the door.

Sharidyn Svebakk-Bohn, just turned 14, was among the missing after a far-right terrorist went on a shooting rampage on Utoya Island in Norway.

It had been 10 days since her Kiwi-Norwegian family had seen her, and five days since news broke of the attack by Anders Breivik.

"You go into a state of chaos," her mother, Vanessa Svebakk, recalled. "In those first few days you live with this intense fear that's almost debilitating, while desperately searching for any sign they are still alive."

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On the fifth day, police officers knocked on their

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