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19:40  10 august  2019
19:40  10 august  2019 Source:   extra.ie

'Very vulnerable' London girl, 15, feared abducted in Malaysia

'Very vulnerable' London girl, 15, feared abducted in Malaysia Police in Malaysia are treating the disappearance of a "very vulnerable" 15-year-old London girl as an abduction and a missing person case, a charity has said. Nora Quoirin, who has learning difficulties, went missing while on a family holiday in the southeast Asian country. She vanished at the weekend in a resort near Seremban, around 40 miles south of the capital Kuala Lumpur. The Lucie Blackman Trust (LBT) said Nora's father raised the alarm when he discovered she was missing from her bedroom at 8am on Sunday and her window was open.

Nora Quoirin 's mother over loudspeakers as they step up their jungle search for the British teen. Police initially insisted there was "no evidence" of foul play, but today admitted Nora could've been The family had arrived just a day earlier for a two- week "trip of a lifetime" at the resort, which sits 39

Search teams believe Nora Quoirin is still alive and hiding behind rocks or treesCredit: EPA. Local police chief Zakaria Othman said: "“We will use Emergency teams say they are now focusing their search for the vulnerable youngster on isolated "hilly areas" as she could be hiding behind huge rocks.

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Malaysian police are becoming more worried about Nora Quoirin as they are struggling to find clues about her disappearance.

Nora, 15, went missing from rented accommodation where she was staying with her family.

The house is located approximately an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur and was surrounded by dense forest, where a search team has been working for almost one week.

One week on – Police reveal increasing concerns for the safety of Nora Quoirin © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland

Speaking to the media at PanTai police station on Saturday, police said that they are continuing to search a specific 4km radius around the house for the young girl.

Malaysian cops say missing Irish girl Nora Quoirin freely left bedroom

Malaysian cops say missing Irish girl Nora Quoirin freely left bedroom Malaysian cops say missing Irish girl Nora Quoirin freely left bedroom

Malaysian police searching for missing Nora Quoirin believe they have found her footprints in the jungle, as heartbreaking new footage revealed the A Royal Malaysian Police officer hands a poster to a motorist as authorities widen the search for the missing teenager. A female driver is handed a

The family of missing schoolgirl Nora Quoirin revealed for the first time last night that she suffers from a Local police have insisted that Nora is most likely to have wandered out of the resort before But concerns for her welfare will be heightened by her family’s descriptions of her difficulties throughout

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The search team numbers have increased immensely and is now made up of 317 people.

According to RTE News, police have expressed concern saying they ‘do not know how much longer she can survive’ after being missing for seven days.

One week on – Police reveal increasing concerns for the safety of Nora Quoirin © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Nora Quoirin

Nora’s mum Meabh also spoke at the media briefing and thanked search workers for the effort that they have put in so far.

She said: ‘We see you working so hard and also praying with us and being with us and we know you have given up your time especially at a special festival time.

‘To be with us here means the world to us and we are so grateful for everything that you are doing for us.’

Malaysian police question 20 in search for Irish teen

Malaysian police question 20 in search for Irish teen Malaysian police question 20 in search for Irish teen

Police in Malaysia searching for missing Irish teenager Nóra Quoirin have said they are now focusing on where the 15-year-old was before she disappeared, including the house where she was staying. They also said no footprints of the missing girl have been found at this stage.

Police hope that if Nora Quoirin is lost she will respond to the family member's voice recording. Media captionÉadaoin Agnew said Nora 's disappearance had been "extremely traumatic for the whole family". Nora , her parents Meabh and Sebastian - an Irish-French couple from London - and her

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Concerns about how the weather would affect the search were realised after heavy overnight rain and showers this morning.

Gardai are also providing assistance by sending an officer to Malaysia to liaise with other police forces involved as well as the Department of Foreign Affairs.

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Police are using dogs, drones, helicopters and thermal imaging in an attempt to locate Nora, as well as men on the ground who are also rechecking areas which had been previously searched.

Nora’s family have already released a statement, revealing some detail about Nora and her learning disabilities.

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One week on – Police reveal increasing concerns for the safety of Nora Quoirin

Malaysian police end search for forensic clues into Nóra's death.
The search for forensic clues in the disappearance and death of Irish teenager Nóra Quoirin in the Malaysian rainforest has been stood down. 

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