OSLO (AFP) - Norwegian police said Thursday they have ended a six-day search for the last of those missing on Utoeya island, where 68 people were killed in a gun rampage. "I can confirm that the search around Utoeya has now ended," Johan Fredriksen, a leading Oslo police official, told a press conference, a day after a television report said there was just one person still unaccounted for. However a later police statement said that Fredriksen was only referring to the island's land area. "We stress that the search in the waters around Utoeya is still going on, with the help of a mini-submarine, divers and several boats," the statement said.