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Missing Persons

Missing Persons, to include runaways, family abductions, stranger abductions, foul play, catastrophes, accidents, and unknown circumstances are profiled on Doe Network if the case is on file with a law enforcement agency. Exceptions may be made for requests if there are existing circumstances which made filing a missing persons report difficult. Historical cases not filed with an agency may be added on a case by case basis.

As of October 24, 2017, we are not accepting new Missing Persons case submissions or updates unless they are from Law Enforcement or Family Members. We will resume accepting submissions from the general public once we have transferred all of our current cases to our updated format and have completed the backlog of updates. Thank you for your patience while we organize. If you are a member of Law Enforcement or a Family Member, please continue to use the form below.

To submit a case, please use our Missing Persons Case Submission Form.

Each case is provided a unique number used for our organizational purpose only. This number should not be given to other agencies when providing information on a particular case featured on Doe Network, rather, when made available, please use the investigating agency's case number and/or the NCIC (National Crime Information Center) number for US and Canadian cases. NCIC numbers are not available for cases outside of the US or Canada.

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