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WorldMalaysian police to use recording of mother's voice in missing girl search

16:26  08 august  2019
16:26  08 august  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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Thursday, 26 December 2019 Malaysian police to use recording of mum' s voice in missing girl search | Alive People Malaysian police will play a voice

(8 Aug 2019) Police in Malaysia said on Thursday that they are using voice recordings conducted with the family of the 15-year old missing girl from Indigenous trackers are calling out the name of the girl who mysteriously disappeared from a Malaysian forest resort as the search enters a fifth day

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Malaysian police will play a voice recording of Nora Quoirin's mother over loudspeakers as they search for the missing British teenager.

Superintendent Mohd Nor Marzukee Bin Besar also said 252 people are now involved in the search for Nora.

A helicopter, drones and dogs are also being used to trace the 15-year-old who has been missing since Sunday.

Malaysian police to use recording of mother's voice in missing girl search © Other Nora Quoirin has been missing since Sunday. Pic: Lucie Blackman Trust The police chief said: "We have had a long discussion with the family to determine who Nora has the closest relationship to and whose voice she would respond strongly to.

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Malaysian rescuers will play a recording of the voice of the mother of a 15-year-old London girl who mysteriously disappeared from a forest resort, as the search entered a fifth day Thursday and her family made an emotional appeal for support. Negeri Sembilan state police chief Mohamad Mat

A recording of Nora Quoirin' s mother is being used by police searching for the missing British teenager in a Malaysian jungle. The family believe Nora, who

"We have decided to make a recording and use a loudspeaker.

"We have to respect the sensitivities of this case. We need to make the recording and will start using the loudspeaker this morning."

Malaysian police to use recording of mother's voice in missing girl search © Sky News Screen Grab Searches are being carried out in Malaysia for missing Nora Quoirin

He added that he hopes it will "jump start" Nora to respond if she hears it.

The police chief continued: "If she is exhausted or unconscious, if she has managed to find water and is awake, we hope the voice will alert her."

The family of Nora, who is from London, have said they remain hopeful after police leading the investigation refused to rule out a "criminal element".

The teenager disappeared from the Dusun forest eco-resort in southern Negeri Sembilan state.

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Seremban — Malaysian rescuers searched the jungle around a resort on Friday for a missing Irish A member of Malaysian rescue team plays a voice recording of Nora Quoirin’ s mother during a Read more about cookies here. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our Terms of Service and

The Malaysian police have opted to play a voice recording of the mother of a teenager missing in dense forest as the desperate search continues through its fifth day. Local superintendent Mohd Nor Marzukee Bin Besar said that 252 people are now involved in the search for Nora Quoirin, 15

Her family released a statement expressing their "deepest gratitude" to the Royal Malaysia Police and others helping the search.

Malaysian police to use recording of mother's voice in missing girl search © PA Meabh Quoirin with her daughter Nora who has gone missing while on holiday in Malaysia

The force has analysed fingerprints found in a resort cottage from which Nora was reported missing, despite previously saying there were no initial signs of foul play.

Her parents Meabh and Sebastien, an Irish-French couple, were "too upset to speak themselves" but have issued a statement through the Lucie Blackman Trust.

The charity helps crisis-struck British nationals overseas.

The family's statement said: "We would like to thank our embassies, the local community, and the staff here at the hotel and anyone else who has offered help to find Nora.

Malaysian police to use recording of mother's voice in missing girl search © Other Nora Quoirin was on a family holiday

"We also welcome the assistance of the French, British and Irish police.

Missing Nora Quoirin's 'footprints are found' in the jungle around luxury Malaysian resort where she vanished six days ago as video shows police broadcasting a recording of her mother's voice from loudspeakers

Missing Nora Quoirin's 'footprints are found' in the jungle around luxury Malaysian resort where she vanished six days ago as video shows police broadcasting a recording of her mother's voice from loudspeakers Meabh Quoirin's voice called out 'Nora darling, Nora I love you, Mum is here' in a loudspeaker message which Malaysian police hoped would lure the 15-year-old out.

(8 Aug 2019) Police in Malaysia said on Thursday that they are "looking at all angles" of the Police to use mother ' s voice in search for UK girl - Продолжительность: 1:22 AP Archive 301 Plan afoot to use recording of relatives' voices to lure Nora from forest - Продолжительность: 1:16 NST

A 15-year-old French-Irish girl has been missing in Seremban, Malaysia , since August 4, 2019. Nora Quoirin was on a family holiday, but disappeared after the family checked in at the Dusun, a tropical rainforest resort. Police from Ireland, France and Britain joined the Malaysian rescue team to search

"We are completely overwhelmed by the support we have received from all over the world."

The statement added: "This is extremely traumatic for the whole family."

The parents believe their daughter, who has learning and developmental disabilities, was abducted.

They arrived at the resort, which is about 40 miles south of Kuala Lumpur, with Nora and her younger brother and sister on Saturday.

Their statement added: "We must remain hopeful.

"And we ask everyone to keep Nora in their thoughts, and to continue to support the ongoing search for her.

"Nora is still missing, and she is very vulnerable, and we need to do everything we can to bring her home."

Deputy police chief Che Zakaria Othman said police have received the laboratory results of fingerprint samples taken from the Quoirin family's accommodation.

Investigations are still ongoing to identify who the fingerprints belong to.

He said the prints were at an open window in a downstairs hall, not in the bedroom upstairs where Nora was sleeping with her siblings.

Police added they were "not ruling out any possibility" and believe Nora is still in the area.

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