Yesterday (August 12), on Day 9 of Nora Anneâ€™s disappearance, the Irish family has offered Â£10,000 (~RM50,000) to locate their 15-year-old daughter.
Meabh Jaseprine Quoirin, mother to lost child pleads to anyone who has any knowledge on their eldest childâ€™s whereabouts to come forward.
The Â£10,000 incentive was donated by an anonymous Belfast-based business.
Twitter friends, you will have noticed all my tweets & retweets about missing teen in Malaysia.
Could you please retweet any, some or all of those tweets I posted. Retweets help, especially if you have a large twitter following. Thank you! #Missing #FindingNora #MissingChild pic.twitter.com/kxQDupREoM
â€” Scotland Yard CSI (@ScotlandYardCSI) August 12, 2019
Media personnel have been invited to participate in the search and rescue (SAR) mission yesterday (August 12) by being allowed to wait at the foothill of Gunung Berembun
Previously, media only waited at a tent near the entrance of the resort or at the Pantai police station in Seremban.
On day 9 of SAR, 348 personnel were deployed in the search for Nora.
Among the men participating in the SAR party are the General Operations Forceâ€™s 4th Battalion, Semenyih, the 3rd Battalion Senoi Praaq Unit, and the Sarawak Forest Department.
The local residents have also been scouting the terrains for Nora.
A special Twitter account has also been set up to follow Nora’s SAR updates.
An exclusive SAR hotline at 0111-2285058 has been set up to report any information about Noraâ€™s whereabouts.
Although if you are not in Malaysia, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org instead.