The footprints of Nora Quoirin are found in the jungle
The Malaysian police in search of missing Nora Quoirin believe she has found her footprints in the jungle, because heartbreaking new images revealed the moment they were sending her mother's voice in the forest.
The voice of Meabh Quoirin called & # 39; Nora baby, Nora I love you, Mom is here & # 39; in a loudspeaker message that the police hoped would lure the 15-year-old out – but today the search begins her sixth day with Nora still missing and her disappearance still not explained.
Yesterday, search dogs found footprints that rescuers think belong to Nora, but no further clues emerged despite a huge search with hundreds of rescuers equipped with drones, helicopters and thermal imaging cameras.
The photo of Nora has also been distributed to roadblocks in the area and native forest followers recall the name of the London schoolgirl while combing the dense forest.
Nowadays there is a fear that heavy rain and thunderstorms might hinder the search around the luxury resort house, where Nora, who has learning difficulties, disappeared on Sunday.
Rescuers say that even a & # 39; valid or normal person would be weak by the fifth day & # 39; and look behind trees or rocks where Nora could hide.
Desperate call: Yesterday, Malaysian rescuers sent the voice of Nora Quoirin's mother through speakers (photo) in the jungle hoping to lure her out
Day six: Malaysian rescue workers are combing the dense forest today while resuming the search for the missing London teenager Nora Quoirin that has not been seen since Sunday
A helicopter from the Royal Malaysian Police Air Wing Unit (photo), equipped with a surveillance camera, saw dense trees yesterday at the ecological resort of Dusan Forest in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, where the young was missing
Nora Quoirin is pictured (right) with her mother Maebh whose voice has been recorded and broadcast through loudspeakers in the jungle in an attempt to find the missing teenager
A window (seen at the back) in the living room of the cottage has been left open, the police said as they investigate how Nora disappeared from the accommodation where she was staying with her family
Nora Quoirin & # 39; could only have left her house through an open window & # 39;
Nora Quoirin could only have left the holiday home through an open window on the ground floor, the Malaysian police believe.
Authorities yesterday released photos of the living room of the cottage and the open window where unknown fingerprints were discovered.
The window is quite narrow, but the police think Nora could have squeezed through it.
The open window on the ground floor that Nora may have left
& # 39; Only the glass window exit was used. We are sure of this, a police officer told the Malaysian media, referring to the work of a forensic police team.
The police are now investigating whether the fingerprints could be from an outsider because the family of Nora fears she has been abducted from the house.
Whether the window could have been opened from the outside is still unclear.
Another window in the upstairs bedroom, where the girl slept with her two brothers and sisters, was kept closed.
District police chief Nor Marzukee Besar said counselors use recordings of her mother's voice & # 39; as if the family is calling her & # 39; and play them through speakers.
The voice of Meabh Quoirin sounded loudly through the speakers and pierced the silence in the jungle, but received no answer.
The voices of her other family members have also been recorded and are played through megaphones in the hope of luring her out.
Mrs. Quoirin's voice was first used because she is closest to Nora, police chief told the Malaysian media.
For safety reasons, however, the family members of Nora do not participate in the searches themselves.
A helicopter from the Royal Malaysian Police Air Wing Unit was seen yesterday, equipped with a surveillance camera, which trailed dense trees near the Dusan Forest forest resort in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, where the young was missing.
The Malaysian police say they believe the girl is still in the jungle, where the search is targeted.
& # 39; We still believe that this missing person is still in our search environment, & # 39; the police chief told reporters.
Her family says it would be extremely unusual for the reserved youngster to leave alone.
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.
The trackers shouted & # 39; Nora! & # 39; while wading through the hilly forest yesterday.
Two drones and a team of police search dogs were deployed in the massive search operation and divers were also sent to search for rivers, according to the theory that they could go downhill to find water.
Today we saw the police handing out kites with the photo of Nora and hanging them on walls in the hope that someone would recognize her again.
The Lucie Blackman Trust, a British charity that helps people abroad, has also issued a bilingual poster.
A member of the rescue team combs through thick vegetation in the Malaysian forest where the police are looking for Nora Quoirin
Malaysian rescue workers hand out instructions on Friday on the sixth day of the search for the 15-year-old London teen
A Royal Malaysian police officer hands over a poster to a motorist while the authorities broaden the search for the missing teenager
A female driver receives a brochure with a photo of Nora Quoirin today, six days after she left her resort
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
Members of a rescue team will perform a search and rescue operation in the forest in Seremban on Friday
A Malaysian police officer hangs a kite on the wall with the photo of Nora and details on it and tells the public to contact
The police have released these photos of the window that they say were left open in the holiday home of the resort
As the investigation becomes increasingly desperate, the police have sought advice about the possibility that & # 39; jungle spirits & # 39; played a role in her disappearance.
Senior officers have discussed local folklore about the existence of mystical forces in the jungle where the teenager disappeared.
Malaysians have long believed that ghosts roam the vast forests of the country, which led to an abundance of superstitions and the belief that the spirit world played a role in earlier disappearances.
Officers who were involved in the search for the 15-year-old yesterday said that although it was unlikely, the police had to "respect" the idea – although it is not a central part of the search.
Police released photos of the living room of the cottage and the window on the ground floor yesterday, and said the opening was large enough for a person to penetrate.
The police suspect that she climbed out of the window on the ground floor that was found open, but has a & # 39; criminal element & # 39; not excluded.
& # 39; Only the glass window exit was used. We are sure of this, a police officer told the Malaysian media yesterday, citing the work of a forensic police team.
Unknown fingerprints have also been discovered in the Malaysian jungle house where she disappeared, which increases the family's fear of her abduction.
The fingerprints were found at the open window below, while her parents were in another room upstairs when they disappeared.
Researchers have so far interviewed 20 people and said they have received lab results on the fingerprints.
A Malaysian rescue worker addresses his colleagues while they prepare to resume the search for Nora Quoirin on Thursday
A fire and rescue officer plays the voice of Nora & # 39; s mother on a telephone and projects it through a loudspeaker
A helicopter from the Malaysian Police Air Wing Unit, equipped with a thermal imaging camera, is participating in the search
A Royal Malaysian police officer is today showing photos of missing Nora Quoirin to a passing motorist in Seremban
A member of the rescue team searches green vegetation in the jungle for signs of the missing teenager on Friday
A K9 police unit conducts a search and rescue operation with search dogs that may have found its footprints
A map shows the Dusun Resort near Seremban in Malaysia where Nora disappeared on Sunday
Although it is officially treated as a loss, the police say they have not ruled out other options.
It remains unclear 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.
Rescuers were seen yesterday praying for the safety of Nora and 300 Muslim worshipers held a service for the missing teenager on Friday, according to local media.
& # 39; The mosque hopes that Nora Anne's family will be patient with this test and believes it is the will of God & # 39 ;, said a local imam.
However, tracking dogs initially lost the scent for Nora just 100 meters from the eco-lodge bungalow where it disappeared on Sunday morning.
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.
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
Muslims pray Friday in Seremban at a special service for the 15-year-old who has been missing since Sunday
A Royal Malaysian police officer points to a map with the search and rescue area
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
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.
Nora, who slept upstairs with her sister Innes, 12, and brother Maurice, eight, was missing by her father on Sunday morning at around 8 a.m.
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 earlier in the week 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.
The Nora family has asked for donations to support the search, and more than £ 60,000 has been raised so far, as well as a further € 4,000 (£ 3,700) in a separate French collection.
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
& # 39; We are still hopeful & # 39 ;: the full statement of the Nora family
& # 39; The Nora family wants to express their deep gratitude to the Royal Malaysian police, the search and rescue teams and the emergency services for everything they have done for us in this difficult time.
& # 39; We would like to thank our embassies, the local community and the staff here at the hotel. And anyone who has offered help to find Nora.
& # 39; We also welcome the help of the French, British and Irish police.
Nora & # 39; s family issued their statement yesterday in a live TV broadcast. Depicted is her aunt (center) and uncle Michael Agnew (right)
& # 39; We are completely overwhelmed by the support we have received from all over the world.
& # 39; This is extremely traumatic for the entire family. Meabh and Sebastien are destroyed and too upset to speak for themselves at the moment.
& # 39; We are very grateful to The Lucie Blackman Trust for their continued support.
& # 39; They handle all media questions for us and everything must be directed to them. Our family cannot handle it at the moment.
& # 39; But we must remain hopeful. And we ask everyone to keep Nora in mind and to continue to support the constant search for her.
& # 39; Nora is still missing and she is very vulnerable, and we have to do everything we can to bring her home. & # 39;
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