Shocking – What Really Happened To Nora Anne Quoirin

Mysterious Teen Missing in Malaysia

On the 3rd of August 2019, Nora Anne Quoirin and her family along with her other two siblings travelled from London to Malaysia for a family holiday at Dusun rainforest resort in Seremban. However, the holiday turned out to be a disaster and on one should ever experience this the way their family had to face. 

The following day on the 4th of August, what happened was, the father of Nora, Sebastien which is a Frenchmen that works in London for an American automation software firm found out that her daughter was not in her room that morning at 8.00am. However, her mother, Meabh Quoirin from Belfast is the co- owner of a consumer data intelligence firm in London, the family believed that Nora was taken/kidnap through her room window that was open. 

Nora has special needs since birth and had never been out alone. As been told, they have been travelling countries in Asia and Europe but never she wandered alone. Police received information on her disappearance from the resort owner and straight away begin the search with the Fire and Rescue Department and K9 Unit officers. The case has drawn worldwide attention and has the support for the family, an anonymous Belfast – based business donated a reward of 50,000 ringgit for any kind of information on leading to the case . 

Meabh Quoirin, second left, the mother of a missing British girl Nora Anne Quoirin, speaks to police officers as father Sebastien Quoirin, center, stands beside her, in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, Saturday, Aug. 10, 2019. The parents of the 15-year-old London girl who disappeared from a Malaysian resort a week ago say she isn’t independent and has difficulty walking, in new details to support their conviction that she was abducted. (The Royal Malaysia Police via AP)

After 10 days of puzzled, Nora was finally found in a deep ravine about 2.5 km from The Dusun resort by volunteers of hikers.The cause of death was likely by starvation and stress according to the Malaysian authorities. There will be further investigation with this mysterious case. 

In my opinion, these kinds of cases are usually thrown back to the family members because she has special needs. The family members should have known that with Nora’s condition, she should have tight supervision, especially on a holiday. What do you think?

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