Police searches for a 15yr old British girl as she was declared missing




Investigations begins as a British girl (Nora Quorin) was declared missing after the police searches the houses of the staff that are working at the Malaysian Holiday Resort.

According to the reports, The police Officers have also Inteviewed the taxi driver who took the 15yr old girl and her family there from Kuala Lumpur Airport hours before she disappeared last Saturday.

And investigators from the country’s Bukit Aman – equivalent to the FBI – are checking records of known paedophiles and other criminals in the area.

After a seventh day combing thick jungle for Nora – who struggles to walk, balance and look after herself – police chief Mohamad Bin Mat Yusof said on Saturday: “We are very worried about Nora’s welfare and do not know how long she can survive. We have no sign of her and no leads.”

Nora was last seen in the family’s cottage at the exclusive Dusun Rainforest Resort near Seremban – 40 miles south of the capital – with parents Meabh and Sebastian, sister Innes, 12, and brother Maurice, eight.

Dad Sebastian raised the alarm at 8am last Sunday.




Detectives believe Nora left the room through an aluminium-framed ground floor window.

Her family believe she was abducted, because her disability means she “does not go anywhere alone”.

Nora suffers from holoprosencephaly, a condition which means her brain is smaller then average.

Police now admitted it is possible to open the window from the outside and have checked for fingerprints around it.

But they insist the investigation is a “missing person case” – refusing to say if they think she was abducted.




Mum Meabh on Saturday broke down in tears as she thanked search and rescue teams in the rainforest.

A regular worshipper at a catholic church in Balham, south-west London, she said she is praying for Nora’s return.

As Sebastian – also close to tears – stroked her arm to comfort her, she told the team of 317 men and women: “We know you are searching night and day for Nora.

“We see you’re working so hard and are also praying with us and being with us. We want to say thank you to each and every one of you.

“It means the world to us and we are so grateful for everything that you are doing for us.

“Everyone here, and everyone who is helping who is not here, we are extremely impressed with the effort, your expertise, your dedication.”

Her voice breaking, she said: “We hope you find Nora.” Then she said thank you in Malay: “Terima kasih.”


Relatives have flown from the UK and Singapore to be with Meabh, director of a market research company, and Sebastian, a data analysis firm salesman.


The family are still staying in the property at the eco-resort, which is being guarded by police. Police and volunteers will today continue searching the area around the cottage – even though it is a Muslim holiday in Malaysia.

Searchers are using loud hailers to call Nora’s name and to play a recording of Meabh telling her: “Nora, darling, it’s mummy. Mummy is here now, my Nora bean.”

They are also using a helicopter and nine drones with thermal-imaging cameras to scan the search area through the night.


And they are checking phone triangulation data and email traffic to establish who was around the resort as Nora vanished.


The family’s spokesman Matthew Searle, of the Lucie Blackman Trust, said last night: “The local police are treating it as a missing person case, but the national CID are looking at any criminal angles. It’s good to see they’re being thorough.”

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