The family of the missing Nóra Quoirin has offered a reward for any information leading to the teenager’s return.
15-year-old Nóra disappeared on Sunday August 4th from the Dusun Holiday Resort near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, where she was staying with her parents.
Nóra’s mother Meabh is from Belfast, while her father Sebastien is French. The search for the 15 year old is into its 9th day with 353 people involved in the operation.
In a statement, missing persons charity The Lucy Blackman Trust says the money has been donated by an anonymous business in Belfast.
Announcing the reward, Nora’s family said their daughter is “so precious to us” and said their “hearts are breaking.”
The family has set up an email address for information leading to her safe return [email protected]
Anyone with information can call the police hotline in Malaysia on 01112285058 or email [email protected] from outside Malaysia.
Statement from family of #missing Nora Quoirin pic.twitter.com/jZ2dvoD8nE
— LBT Global (@LBT_Global) August 12, 2019