Negri Sembilan deputy police chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Che Zakaria Othman said when the post-mortem examination is completed, the initial findings will be revealed to the media. - NSTP/Iqmal Haqim Rosman

SEREMBAN: The post-mortem examination on the remains of Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin will take another two hours to be completed.

Negri Sembilan deputy police chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Che Zakaria Othman said when the examination is completed, the initial findings will be revealed to the media.

“If the post-mortem examination is completed, we will share the initial findings. He (pathologist) gave an estimation of another two hours for it to be completed,” he told reporters who had been waiting at the Forensics Department of the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital, here, since 6.30am.

The press conference to announce the findings, which was supposed to have been held at 5pm, has now been postponed to 8pm.

The post-mortem examination on Quoirin’s body started at 11am today.

It is being conducted by a team of senior pathologists from Kuala Lumpur Hospital after Quoirin’s parents, Sebastien and Meabh, were called in again to identify her remains.