WESTLIFE HAVE appealed to their Malaysian fanbase for help in locating missing 15-year-old Nora Quoirin.
The Irish teenager, who has learning difficulties, disappeared from her hotel room at the Dusan resort in Malaysia last Sunday.
Eager to support the efforts of Nora’s friends and family as well as the Malaysian police, they called on their fans in the region to help.
The Irish boyband are currently in the region as part of their worldwide tour.
During a show at the Malawati Stadium in the city of Shah Alam, Nicky Byrne urged the Westlife fans in attendance to help with the search.
"We call on all the people in this country to offer their assistance in providing the latest information on Nora's disappearance.
"We are sure her family is now hoping for Nora to return to their arms safely.
"[We are sure Nora's] family is very grateful for your help.
"Thank you Malaysia."
Westlife later took to Twitter to continue the appeal, writing: "Please repost and RT across all your social media and help find Nora.
"We are in KL and doing a concert tonight & it’s very upsetting to hear this news."
Please repost and RT across all your social media and help find Nora.
We are in KL and doing a concert tonight & it’s very upsetting to hear this news. pic.twitter.com/frsqmvBgcm
— Westlife (@westlifemusic) August 8, 2019
As many as 250 people have been searching the nearby area, an hour south of Kuala Lumpur, for signs of the vulnerable schoolgirl.
While Malaysian police insist there is “no evidence Nora was abducted from her room, her parents, Meabh and Sebastien, continue to suspect “criminal activity”.