The search for clues around the area where Nóra Quoirin's body was found has ended in Malaysia, police have said.
State police chief Datuk Mohamad Mat Yusop told local media that investigators would only return to the area if the need arose.
Malaysian newspaper The Star reports that Irish and French investigators who had been working with local police have also left the area.
Nóra's remains were found last week, around two kilometres away from the resort she disappeared from on August 4th.
Her family had travelled to the resort the day before, and her father raised the alarm after finding her bed empty and a downstairs window open.
Hundreds of people were involved in a major search operation over ten days.
Her body was found on August 13th, near a jungle stream.
An autopsy found the 15-year-old likely died as a result of prolonged hunger and stress.
Police said there was no evidence of foul play.
Nóra's mother Meabh is from Belfast, while her father Sebastien is French. The couple have lived in London for the past 20 years.