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Missing People

Post by Christopher on Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:14 am

When people go missing without letting their families know where they are going their relations, friends and members of the community where they live become concerned and start worrying. The police and various search organisations may be called in to assist. The good news is that many missing people do return home within a short space of time but there's also bad news ... a number of missing persons cases have been outstanding for years. I hope the links on this thread will help people attempting to make contact with family members of friends who are on missing persons' lists.

Saturday's Daily Mail in the UK usually has a Missing and Found section which is good for people attempting to meet up with missing friends and relations. If you'd like to try this you'll need to write to ...

Gill Whitley, 88, Tan-yr-efail, Holyhead, Anglesey. LL65 2SD enclosing a SAE or alternatively send an e-mail to monica.porterATdailymail.co.uk sending a contact phone number. Gill and Monica endeavour to reply to all communications as soon as possible.

Missing People is the UK's only charity that works with young runaways, missing people, their families and others who care for them http://www.missingpeople.org.uk


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