15-Year-Old UK Girl With Special Needs Went Missing From A Seremban Holiday Resort

She was last seen on Saturday night.

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A 15-year-old girl from London, United Kingdom has gone missing while on vacation with her family in Malaysia

Nora Quoirin, who has learning difficulties, and her family arrived in the country on Saturday, 3 August.

Their two week-stay in Malaysia was meant to be a "trip of a lifetime", BBC reported.

Nora and her family were staying at a hotel in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan when they realised she was missing at 6.30am on Sunday

The family was staying at The Dusun Rainforest Resort in Kampung Baru Pantai.

The Dusun Rainforest Resort.

Image via The Dusun

"They went to bed, but in the morning Nora was not in her room and the window was open," family friend Catherine Morrison said.

She was last seen on Saturday night.

Nora's aunt, Aisling Agnew, made the news viral after tweeting about the teenager's "completely out of character" disappearance on 4 August

It has garnered over 15,800 retweets at the time of writing. 

She also tagged public figures, such as Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, to ask for their help.

Image via Twitter
Image via Twitter

In a statement on 4 August, Nilai district police chief Supt Mohd Marzukee Besar said that police received a missing person's report on Nora lodged by the owner of the holiday resort

"A search mission involving three policemen, 10 firemen, and three officers from the K9 Unit has been launched. So far, the victim has yet to be found," he said, according to New Straits Times.

"Efforts to locate the victim are ongoing. All police personnel in Negeri Sembilan have been instructed to help locate the victim," the statement read.

The teenager is travelling on an Irish passport. Her mother, originally from Belfast, Ireland, and father, who is French, have been living in London for several years.

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