Published On: Sun, Aug 11th, 2019

Nora Quoirin latest: Parents urged to offer £100,000 cash reward for missing daughter | World | News

The 15-year-old went missing in Malaysia while on holiday with her family on August 4 from a Dusun Hotel in Seremban. Nora reportedly vanished barefoot from the hotel into the Malaysian jungle but no clues have been found in the dense terrain. Scotland Yard has since joined the search for the British teenager.

Parents Meabh and Sebastien may use money fro two online fundraisers set up by relatives as a cash reward.

A source told The Daily Mirror: “They think it may help but are taking thorough advice. They’re going through hell.”

The fundraisers reached up to £100,000 last night.

Jim Gamble, ex-chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, is advising the family.

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According to The Daily Mirror, he has urged them to consider an incentive, saying it may “prompt someone’s conscience”.

Negeri Sembilan state police chief Mohamad Bin Mat Yusof added he has spoken to the family about the possibility.

A Malaysian hotline will be opening to aid the search, he confirmed.

It comes as officers from Scotland Yard and the National Crime Agency joined the hunt for Nora.

A spokesman for the Irish-French Quoirin family said: “I’m delighted to see support deployed.”

Hostage and kidnap specialists are also on standby as Nora’s family believe she must have been abducted.

Nora has the brain condition holo-prosence­­phaly, which makes walking and caring for herself hard.

Her family believe the severity of her condition means she “does not go anywhere alone”.

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