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Missing Persons

The Doe Network features missing persons cases involving runaways, family abductions, stranger abductions, foul play, catastrophes, accidents, and unknown circumstances.

A missing person is profiled on the website if the case meets the following criteria:

  • The person disappeared at least nine years prior to the current year.
  • 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.
  • For missing persons who have disappeared less than nine years of the current year, an investigating agency may request the case be added as a Hot Case.

    Each case is provided a unique number which is intended for our organizational purpose only. This number should not be given to other agencies when providing information on a particular case featured on our website. When made available, we have provided the investigating agency's case number, as well as 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.


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


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