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Girl, 15, vanishes on Malaysian holiday
A bit more info: Brit girl, 15, goes missing on family holiday in Malaysia as police use sniffer dogs for search
It sounds very worrying.
Was just reading this. Worrying indeed.
Googling and searching around for more info. Looks like the hotel is right by a hiking trail, though I don't see her suddenly wanting a hike in the middle of the night. From searching her name on socials it looks like there's a decent local response on the lookout.
This sounds awful
This is really strange and worrying. OP, is it possible to correct the spelling of Nora's surname at this stage?
Police launch sniffer dog search for British schoolgirl in Malaysia | Daily Mail Online
The town of Seremban is on the edge of a rain forest and around an hour south of the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpar.
A map shows the Dusun Resort near Seremban in Malaysia where Nora disappeared today
The 15-year-old was on the 'trip of a lifetime' to the Dusun resort (pictured) near Seremban on the edge of the Malaysian rainforest
Was this her first night on this 'holiday of a lifetime'?
A BRIT teenage girl has gone missing during a family holiday to Malaysia, with her parents waking to find the window open and her hotel room empty.
More at Brit girl, 15, goes missing on family holiday in Malaysia as police use sniffer dogs for search
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Girl, 15, vanishes from room in dead of night on Malaysia family hols
"Catherine said: "It's out of character for Nora to go wandering off.
"I'm a mother and I burst into tears just hearing this story.
"I cannot imagine the hell that they are living right now. I just ask for anyone who can help them to do so as soon as possible.
"To my knowledge the French government and the Irish government are helping them and it would be great if other agencies or governments worldwide could support them."
Nora's concerned relations including her aunt, Irish flautist Aisling Agnew, have been alerting people on social media to her disappearance, explaining that she "is 15 with special needs".
Supt Mohamad Nor Marzukee Besar confirmed cops had received a report of a missing 15-year-old at a resort in Pantai Hills, The Star in Malaysia reported.
The area near the resort has been combed by a joint police, fire and rescue team, but Nora has not as yet been located.
He said: "We are continuing with the search and we have also informed all district police chiefs to help out."
A spokesman for Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs said: "We are aware of the case and providing consular assistance."
I just saw this on the BBC website. This is very worrying!
Missing Nora Quoirin: Malaysia police treat disappearance of Brit teen as abduction
A missing 15-year-old girl from London is believed to have been abducted in Malaysia.
Nora Quoirin, who has learning difficulties, had been on a family holiday at a resort near Seremban when she disappeared.
Disappearance of British girl, 15, on holiday in Malaysia treated as abduction
Nora’s parents must be worried sick.
This is horrifying, every parents worst nightmare. Wherever she is, I hope she is not being harmed. So worried for her.
Lucie Blackman Trust who helps British people missing abroad is now involved
Link to Lucie Blackman Trust - Lucie Blackman Trust
This is very scary. A very remote area surrounded by vast forests with wild boar, monkeys, deer, etc.
“Nora is a child with special needs and has learning and developmental disabilities which make her especially vulnerable and we fear for her safety.”
Cops treating disappearance of Brit girl, 15, in Malaysia as abduction
Please be okay Nora.
I've just read about this on the BBC news website. How horrifying.
Tropical Rainforest Resort | the Dusun
This is the hotel the family were staying at.
Looks very eco-friendly. Quite lovely, actually. But definitely close to a lot of dangers.
Please tell me they have CCTV.
Reading some of the middling reviews of the place on TripAdvisor to try and get a better feel of the place. Some complaints about the openness of the house near to the forest with no way to close it at night. Another one also stating they couldn't lock their room. From what I can tell:
Some of the 'homes' are built with the idea of outdoor sleeping in mind/letting nature indoors.
There is no staff on after 7pm, although the family who own the resort live there.
Mobile/cell coverage can be spotty.