Nora Quoirin: Police set up new hotline to locate her

Nora Quoirin

Nora Quoirin

The police have so far confirmed that Nora Anne had exited the resort chalet from the aluminium-framed glass window which was reported to be wide open on the morning of her disappearance. - The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, August 11, 2019.

As searches continued in the jungle police said they would investigate a report that a truck was heard at 3am on the night that Nora vanished.

As efforts to search the missing girl continues, the parents of Nora stepped up to the plate to share their gratitude of the efforts of the SAR team to look for their daughter.

He added that there were "no tracks of her for now, and no leads that can be used". Her father, Sebastien, said he discovered his daughter missing on Sunday at around 8am.

They were printed by the Lucie Blackman Trust, a missing persons charity that has been working with the family.

An exhausted Mrs Quoirin, 45, held back tears as her husband rubbed her arm.

"Good morning everyone. We want to say thank you to each and every one of you, we know you are searching night and day for Nora".

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"We are very anxious about (her) welfare and we don't know how long (she) can survive", Mohamad Mat Yusop, police chief of Negeri Sembilan state where Seremban is located, told reporters.

Members of the community, who described the surrounding jungle as their "playground", also said they have searched various areas and pointed out the vicinity around the search zone where the terrain is hard and risky. We are so grateful for everything you are doing, everyone who is helping'.

The family also has launched crowdfunding efforts to enable more relatives to travel to Malaysia to join the search.

In an appeal on the, the family said Nora's disabilities made her especially vulnerable and they fear for her safety. They said she isn't independent, has difficulty walking and has never wandered off on her own or become lost despite having been to other Asian and European countries before.

The Quoirins, an Irish-French family who have lived in London for 20 years, were staying in the Dusun forest eco-resort in southern Negeri Sembilan.

Nora had been "extremely excited" about the family holiday to Malaysia.

Nora Anne was found missing from a chalet in The Dusun resort.

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