Local authorities on Thursday megaphone broadcast voice recordings of the mother of the teenager Franco-Irish missing for five days in a forest near Seremban in Malaysia, in the hope that it manifests, said the police.
Tribesmen particularly knowledgeable about this jungle area joined hundreds of people in the search, shouting Nora Quoirin's name, she said. This 15-year-old girl, suffering from a slight handicap, disappeared in the night from Saturday to Sunday, when she had just arrived for a holiday in Seremban with her family.
Her relatives think she was abducted
Nora disappeared from the room she shared with her sister and brother, according to her family, on her first night in Dusun Resort, a tourist resort on the edge of a rainforest about 70 km to the south. from Kuala Lumpur. The teenager, who has learning difficulties, lives in London with her parents, a Franco-Irish couple.
Her relatives think she was abducted, but the local police only mention a disturbing disappearance. "This (Thursday) morning, we broadcast these recordings in her mother's voice through a loudspeaker," regional police chief Mohamad Mat Yusop told reporters. The voices of other family members were also recorded for the purpose of being used, he said.