Breaking: Body found in the search for missing Nora

Breaking: Body found in the search for missing Nora

A body has been found in the Malaysian jungle search for missing London teen Nora Quoirin

The 15-year-old with special needs disappeared from her resort room on the 4 August. The Lucie Blackman Trust has said the body has not been identified but was “likely” to be Nora. Malaysia’s deputy police chief said the body of a white female found “resembles Nora.”

A post-mortem examination will be carried out soon.

The area where the body was found has been sealed off and is less than a kilometre from Nora’s resort.

“A man phoned the police hotline at 1.15pm to say he had found a body by the waterfall,” Police said.

Her family are travelling to the hospital to identify the body. 

Malaysian authorities have been treating the teenager’s disappearance as a missing person case. But her family have said they believe Nora may have been abducted. 

On Monday the family offered a £10,000 (50,000 Malaysian ringgit) reward to help find her. 

Over 350 people joined the search in the dense jungle for Nora.

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