RM50,000 Reward Will Be Given To Whoever Has Information That Can Lead To Nora Quoirin

The reward was donated by an anonymous Belfast-based business.

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A reward of RM50,000 has been offered by the family of Nora Quoirin to help find the 15-year-old who went missing at a holiday resort in Negeri Sembilan

Nora Quoirin.

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Since the teenager, who has learning difficulties, disappeared from The Dusun Rainforest Resort on 4 August, police have listed her as a missing person.

However, they have not ruled out a possible criminal element, Channel NewsAsia reported.

"We are appealing to anyone who has information about Nora to help us to find her," Nora's mother Meabh Quoirin said when announcing the reward on Monday, 12 August

"Nora is our first child. She has been vulnerable since the day she was born. She is so precious to us, and our hearts are breaking," she added.

Meabh Quoirin (middle) and her husband Sebastien Quoirin (left) at a press conference.

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The RM50,000 reward was donated by an anonymous Belfast-based business.

More than 350 policemen and other security personnel have been mobilised in stages to look for Nora

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It was announced on Monday that several policeman from England, France, and Ireland are helping local police in the investigation.

"We are continuing our search in the area over a six-kilometre radius,"Negeri Sembilan Police deputy chief Che Zakaria Othman said.

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Personnel have described conditions in the jungle as "difficult", with the weather "hot and muggy", BBC reported.

Malaysian police have set up a hotline - 0111 2285058 - to give information to help the search

The Quoirin family has also set up an email address for the same purpose - [email protected].

Watch Meabh Quoirin announce the reward during a press conference here:

Nora's family arrived in Malaysia for a two week-stay that was meant to be a "trip of a lifetime". Read more about Nora's disappearance here:

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