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Body of Nora Anne Quoirin not claimed by the family after autopsy


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The body of Nora Anne Quoirin, who is in the Forensic Department of Tuanku Jaafar Hospital in Seremban has not been claimed by her family as of late Thursday.

It is currently unclear if the family will claim the body of Irish teenager’s Nora Anne Quoirin , but the Forensic Department’s grounds are now open with only a handful of local and international media personnel still waiting outside.

In a press conference at the Sembilan Police Headquarters, the Sembilan Police Chief  Mohamad Yusop, informed the family that the 15-year-old was allowed to demand the remains.

However, Yusop said, so far the family had not made any preparations.

Read also: France opens investigation on Nora Quoirin’s death

The autopsy was carried out to find the cause of death at 11.45am on Wednesday and was completed more than 10 hours later.

“Nora Anne was pronounced dead from an intestinal leak caused by a lack of food for a long period of time besides prolonged stress”

The process was conducted by the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) Forensic Pathologist, Dr Siew Sheue Feng and HTJ Forensic Specialist Dr Hanif Mohammad.

Nora Anne was pronounced dead from an intestinal leak caused by a lack of food for a long period of time besides prolonged stress.

In addition, there were only minor scratches on the victim’s leg and the victim was believed to have died two to three days before the body was found and it was confirmed that there was no trace of being raped or elements being removed and abducted, the autopsy report stated.

Nora Anne Quoirin, 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.

Read also: Body of missing Irish girl found in Malaysian forest after 10 days search

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