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Nora Quoirin: Family & # 39; heartbroken & # 39; after the body found in Malaysia



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Nora Quoirin disappeared from her room on 4 August

The family of British teenager Nora Quoirin, whose body was found in Malaysia, said their "hearts were broken".

Nora, with special needs, was found just over a mile from the Dusun resort on Tuesday.

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5-year-old Londoner was on vacation with his family when he disappeared from his room on 4 August.

In a statement, his family thanked 350 people for hunting Nora in a dense forest near the resort.

They added: "Nora brought people together, especially from France, Ireland, Britain and Malaysia, united in their love and support for her and her family.

" She truly touched the whole world.

"The cruelty of his departure is unchangeable. Our hearts are broken."

His cause of death has not been confirmed and Malaysian police say a post-mortem investigation is underway.

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The rescuers found Nora's body in Dusun resort

Police say the teen's parents have confirmed that the body discovered by a search team is their daughter's.

Malaysian deputy police chief Mazlan Mansor said Nora, of Irish descent, was found next to a stream in a "pretty hilly" plant area, and "not at all clothing".

Authorities have been treating her loss as the case of a missing person, but her family says they believe she may have been abducted.

Nora was born with holoprosencephaly, a disorder that affects the development of the brain, and her family says she is "independent and doesn't go anywhere alone".

On Monday, his parents Meabh and Sebastien, a French-Irish couple who lived in London for 20 years, put on a 50,000 Malaysian ringgit (£ 10,000) reward for help finding he.

Nora, her parents and her younger brother and sister arrived at the resort at a nature reserve near Seremban. about 39 miles south of Kuala Lumpur, on 3 August for a two-week stay.

Nora Quoirin disappearance: Timeline

August 3: Quoirins arrive at Dusun forest eco-resort

August 4: Nora disappears from her room

August 5: Lucie Blackman Trust says treat Malaysian police announce Nora's disappearance as a potential abduction, but officials deny any foul play is involved

August 6: Nora's family says they believe he was abducted [19659007] August 11: Malaysian police set up a hotline dedicated to receiving information about teenagers on

August 12: A £ 10,000 reward – provided by an anonymous Belfast business – is available for information leading on the safe return of Nora

August 13: A body was found in search of Nora


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