The money was donated by an anonymous business in Belfast.

The family of Nora Quoirin has offered a reward of over 10 thousand euro for information leading to the return of their daughter, as the search for the 15-year-old enters its 9th day.

Three-Hundred and fifty three people are currently involved in the search for the missing teenager and her family has offered a reward of 50 thousand Malaysian Ringgit which is around 10,600 euro for information leading to Nora’s return.

According to a statement, the money has been donated by an anonymous business in Belfast.

The search for 15 year old Nora has entered its 9th day and 353 people are involved in the operation.

Almost 110 thousand euro has already been raised on two crowdfunding sites set up By Nora’s aunt and uncle.

In a press conference this morning, Malaysian police said that Irish, British and French authorities are assisting in the investigation.