Nora Anne Update, the Malaysian Police have denied international media reports that the family of Nora Anne Quoirin, 15, was brought to see a traditional medical practitioner in an attempt to locate the French-Irish teenager during a search and rescue (SAR) operation.
Sembilan state police chief Mohamad Mat Yusop said the police had alleged that the SAR team had run out of ideas to locate the teenager.
“Not true. I have never instructed any officer to do so, ”he said briefly when contacted by the local media.
An international media portal reported that the police had brought family members of Nora to meet with traditional (supernatural) practitioner because they had run out of ideas in their search for the French-Irish teenager.
The media reported that four individuals had a conversation with the supernatural practitioner to get Nora home immediately and also invite the victim’s parents to attend the ceremony.
It was reported that the ceremony was held 24 hours before Nora Anne’s body was found, and family members of the victim were also invited to attend.
Nora Anne, who had problems overtime, was reported missing while staying at a beach resort in Malaysia on August 4, before authorities launched a SAR operation.
The body of French-Irish Nora Anne Quoirin was later found on August 13.