The family of Irish girl Nora Quirin rallied in front of the Malaysian hospital to see their daughter, whose body was found earlier Tuesday.
A Malaysian police official announced that a body was found during the search for Irish-French teenager Nora Quirin in a forest in Malaysia.
The official was quoted as saying on Tuesday that the body was found on the tenth day of an intensive search for the Irish girl on holiday in Malaysia.
The story began with the girl’s family announcing her disappearance in Malaysia on August 4, expressing their deep fear of being hurt especially as they are with special needs.
Nora Quirin, a French father and an Irish mother, disappeared while on holiday in Malaysia with her family in the Dusun resort near Seremban, 39 miles south of the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.
Lucy Blackman, who supports the family, said the girl’s father announced her disappearance on Sunday when she was not found in her room. The window of the room was open, at around 8 am Malaysia time.
A number of relatives of the Irish girl, expressed their deep fear that she will be hated, especially as she is with special needs, which increases the risk of being abused.