Malaysian police searching for missing teenager in London
Malaysian rescuers looking for the missing London teenager Nora Anne Quoirin are playing recordings of her mother's voice in the jungle today as the search enters its fifth day.
Forest followers call the name of Nora as they comb through the dense forest for a sign of the 15-year-old who disappeared from her holiday resort on Sunday.
Hundreds of people have searched all night, Interpol is now involved and a helicopter and drones have been deployed, but no trace of her has been found yet.
The police are also investigating unknown fingerprints found in a Malaysian jungle house where she disappeared, and contributed to the family's fear of being abducted.
Search: members of The People & # 39; s Volunteer Corps in Malaysia are exploring the jungle today looking for traces of 15-year-old Nora Anne Quoirin from London
Searching the forest: one of the hundreds of rescue team members combing the dense Malaysian forest on Thursday for the girl who went missing on Sunday
A member of the Malaysian rescue team today has a radio to communicate with his fellow seekers while the hunt for Nora enters a fifth day
One of the rescuers jumps from stone to stone over a pool of water during a huge search for the missing girl in London
Nora Quoirin (15) (pictured left) was missing in her bedroom on Sunday morning during a family vacation at a nature resort in Seremban, Malaysia. To the right is a map of the resort where it disappeared
District police chief Nor Marzukee Besar said rescuers will also use her mother's voice recordings and play them through speakers to find her.
& # 39; We still believe that this missing person is still in our search environment, & # 39; he said to reporters.
& # 39; We would like to use her mother's voice recordings and use loudspeakers to call her, whether it's Anne or Nora or another name the missing person knows, or even use the voices of her brothers and sisters, & # 39; he said.
Members of the Senoi Praq, a special police team consisting of indigenous tribes with forest tracking skills, search the forest around the Dusun environmental resort.
Divers are also sent to look for rivers, according to the theory that they could go downhill to try to find water.
Two drones, a helicopter and search dogs were also deployed in the massive search, while rescuers were also seen praying for the safety of the girl.
The police treat her as a missing person and initially said there was no sign of cheating, but did not rule out a possible criminal element in her disappearance.
Malaysian authorities would also have been in contact with Interpol as they investigate the disappearance of the mystery, and photos of her have been circulated to police elsewhere in Malaysia.
Members of the Senoi Praaq unit of the Royal Malaysian police (right), Malaysian fire and rescue personnel (second right), Malaysia Civil Defense officers (second) and the People & # 39; s Volunteer Corps assist in the search
A member of the Malaysian rescue team crosses a river on the fifth day of the search and rescue operation
A police K9 unit team conducts a search and rescue operation with search dogs when the search starts its fifth day on Thursday
A map shows the Dusun Resort near Seremban in Malaysia where Nora disappeared on Sunday
Researchers have so far interviewed 20 people and said that a forensic team analyzed the fingerprints in the house.
A window in the downstairs living room apparently had been left open, although not the window in the bedroom where the girl slept with her two siblings.
The fingerprints were found at the open window below, the police said, while her parents were upstairs in another room.
Deputy police chief Che Zakaria Othman said the police received the laboratory results of fingerprint samples from the accommodation.
Investigations are still ongoing to identify who the fingerprints belong to.
The police refused to disclose whether it was possible to open the window from outside the building.
Those who ran the 12-hectare resort previously said that this could have been the case.
The 15-year-old, who comes from a French-Irish family and has learning and developmental disabilities, arrived on Saturday for a two-week stay with her family.
A Senoi Praaq member of the Royal Malaysian police speaks on a radio during the search for 15-year-old Nora Quoirin from London
Forest followers call the name of Nora while combing through the dense forest for a sign of the 15-year-old who disappeared from her holiday resort on Sunday
A Royal Malaysian police officer points to a map with the search and rescue area
Nora & # 39; s bedroom in the Sora apartment at the Dusun Resort in Seremban, Malaysia, where she slept with her brothers and sisters
The living room in the Sora apartment, where there was an open window. It is advertised as an orchard resort on the edge of the tropical rainforest
The Dusun is a small resort located next to a forest reserve about 40 miles south of Kuala Lumpur.
The resort management said in a Facebook message that its employees & # 39; very disturbed and concerned & # 39; were about her disappearance and helped in the search.
The teenage family said yesterday that they were & # 39; overwhelmed & # 39; were hopeful because of the support they received and & # 39; remained that their daughter could be found.
& # 39; This is extremely traumatic for the entire family. Meabh and Sebastien are devastated and too upset to speak to themselves at the moment, & said Nora & aunt Eadaoin Agnew, referring to the girl's parents.
& # 39; But we must remain hopeful. And we ask everyone to keep Nora in mind and to continue supporting the ongoing search for her, & she said.
& # 39; Nora is still missing and she is very vulnerable, and we have to do everything we can to bring her home. & # 39;
Her grandfather Sylvain Quoirin that she & # 39; extremely mysterious & # 39; circumstances had gone and was not in the habit of walking away.
& # 39; & # 39; In the morning, the window was open and she had disappeared, & quot; Quoirin said from Venisy, in north-central France, where he is the mayor.
& # 39; After a flight of 18 hours and a time difference of seven hours you would sleep well and & # 39; "Don't go for a walk at night," he said.
Members of the Malaysian fire brigade and rescue service are combing the jungle while looking for the schoolgirl in a river
A diver searches the water for a sign or clue that would point to where Nora is. A helicopter and dozens of people were deployed yesterday
Malaysian rescue teams comb the forest at the resort where the British teenager was missing on Sunday
A helicopter accompanied more than 180 people – including these helpers – on the third day of the search for the missing girl
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