- Advertisement - [resads_adspot id="2"]
The family of Nora Anne Quoirin, the 15-year-old Irish teenager who was found dead on Tuesday after she went missing for 10 days from an eco-resort surrounded by rain forests, are hoping to have more answers on her disappearance.
The family said this in conveying their gratitude to all those who were there to help during the family’s hour of need through a statement issued by the Lucie Blackman Trust, a British charity which supports its nationals in times of crises overseas.
“Today the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail) and the Minister for the State (Negeri Sembilan state executive councillor (Exco) Nicole Tan Lee Koon) paid their respects to our family. We had the opportunity to thank them for everything that the Malaysian government, police, search and rescue teams, local people and volunteers have done to help us.
“Tragically, as we know, this wasn’t enough to save Nora. The initial post-mortem results have given some information that help us to understand Nora’s cause of death. But our beautiful innocent girl died in extremely complex circumstances and we are hoping that soon we will have more answers to our many questions. We are still struggling to understand the events of the last 10 days,” the family was quoted as saying.
According to the statement, the family also thanked the Malaysian authorities for their ongoing support and cooperation with international governments and police as criminal and missing persons investigations continue.
“We will be bringing Nora home where she will finally be laid to rest, close to her loving families in France and Ireland,” the family said.
Nora, together with her parents Sebastien Marie Philipe and Meabh Jaseprine Quoirin, had arrived in Malaysia for a two-week holiday and checked in at the eco-resort on Aug 3, the day before her disappearance.
The post-mortem findings yesterday ruled out foul play and revealed that Nora, a special needs teenager, died of internal bleeding likely due to starvation and stress.
Aug 16, Wan Azizah Offers Condolences in Emotional Meeting with Nora’s Family
Aug 16, Nora’s French Relatives Convinced of ‘Criminal Element’
Aug 15, Hikers Who Found Body Say Nora Looked Like “She Was Sleeping”
Aug 15, Nora Quoirin Autopsy Finds No Signs of Rape, Violence
Aug 14, Nora’s Autopsy Not Yet Completed, to Continue Tomorrow
Aug 14, Autopsy Report Not Out, Don’t Blame Orang Asli, Warn Police
Aug 14, Nora Autopsy to Be Completed at 8pm Today
Aug 14, Friends Who Found Nora Say They Were Afraid to Approach the Body
Aug 14, Nora’s Family Wants Criminal Angle Considered, A-G to Decide on Need for Inquest
Aug 14, Heartbroken Nora’s Family Will Always Love Her, Thank Everyone for Love, Support
Aug 14, Police Return to Ravine Where Nora’s Body Was Found
Aug 14, Pathologists from KL Conduct Autopsy on Nora Quoirin’s Body
Aug 14, Residents Express Sadness, Sympathy over Discovery of Nora’s Body
Aug 13, Parents Confirm Body Is Nora
Aug 13, Cops Say ‘Very Certain’ Body Found Nude in Jungle Is Missing Irish Teen
Aug 13, Helicopter to Retrieve Body Found in Swamp Believed to Be of Missing Irish Teen
Aug 13, Body Found in Hunt for Missing Irish Teen, Parents Brought to Scene
Aug 13, Search for Nora Enters 10th Day
Aug 13, Quoirin Family Offers RM50K Reward for Info on Nora
Aug 13, Police from England, France, Ireland Help in Probe into Missing Teen Case
Aug 11, SAR for Nora: Ops Team Gets Time Off for Aidiladha Prayers
Aug 10, SAR for Missing Irish Teen: Wet Weather Proves a Challenge for Search Teams
Aug 10, Nora Extremely Excited About Holiday in Malaysia
Aug 9, Missing Irish Teen: CID Team Checks Phone Logs, Email Exchanges Made from Resort
Aug 9, Footprints Believed to Be That of Nora’s Found
Aug 8, Police: Only Exit Used in Missing Irish Teen Case Was Glass Window
Aug 8, Police to Use Mum’s Voice to Draw out Missing Irish Teen in Day 5 of SAR
Aug 8, Quoirin Family Incensed at Media’s Overture
Aug 8, Crowdfund for Missing Irish Teen Hits £50,000 Target
Aug 7, Police Insist Missing Irish Teen Still in Jungle, but Orang Asli Community Claim Otherwise
Aug 7, Family Insists Irish Teen Was Taken
Aug 7, Search and Rescue for Irish Teen Extended to Surrounding Hills and Creeks
Aug 7, Stepping Up Searching for MissingIrish Teen
Aug 6, Search for Missing Irish Teen Goes Down to River
Aug 5, Negeri Sembilan Police in StatewideSearch for Missing 15-Year-Old Special Needs Irish Girl