The Search for Nóra Quoirin

The Search for Nóra Quoirin

15-year-old Nóra Quoirin hasn’t been seen since Sunday 4th August when she went missing from a resort around 40 miles from the Malaysian capital. Hundreds of officers and volunteers along with her family have joined the search to find her.

The CEO of Ineqe Safeguarding Group, Jim Gamble QPM spoke live on BBC Radio Ulster about the case this morning:

“Let’s be clear, this is a very unique case, children go missing in proximity to their homes all the time and return. But children who go missing whilst abroad face very different and unique circumstances.

“I know from having contact with the family from the very early days through to today, that it is about holding on to hope. You cannot underestimate the positive power there is in people knowing others are praying for them or have them in their thoughts.”

When we see stories about missing children in the media, we can often feel powerless and want to help, but aren’t sure how we can. 

How you can support the search for Nóra

    • Retweet and share posts from the twitter account maintained by Nóra’s family @findingNoraq.
    • Encourage others to share posts/blogs/articles from the media and Nóra’s family to raise awareness.
    • Critically, support the search by donating to Nóra’s GoFundMe page.
    • Share this article so others can find out how they can help.
    • Call +44800 098 8485 or email if you have any information about Nóra's disappearance. 

The search in the news: