Children who were adopted were the least likely to go missing
, with only 20 incidents recorded in the year.
Beside those killed and go missing
other two were rescued alive.
me and my we've had go missing
"Thanks to the media's coverage of the appeal so far we've been able to trace the cat's owner and inform them of the very sad news.
That's why it is so important that we work together to better understand the complex reasons why people go missing
in the first place.
He said: "Where children do go missing
, actions including return interviews to determine why a child went missing, not only helps reduce further instances of running away, but also helps us determine whether a child has come to harm, and are also a vital tool in disrupting abuse and sexual exploitation.
People with dementia are particularly vulnerable if they go missing
from a care home or other familiar setting.
Essex had 10 go missing
, but for a frightening total of 1,128 days.
Five thousand kids go missing
in the Capital each year
Around 200 000 people go missing
every year and two-thirds of these are children and young people.
FAMILIES of missing people are left with "unimaginable, unending heartbreak, confusion, guilt, and worry" when their loved ones go missing
and need more support, Kate McCann will tell MPs today.
A "FRIGHTENING" number of children who go missing
end up being sexually exploited, a charity warned yesterday.
In the budget that has been proposed by the executive branch for 2009, even more money will go missing
- a devastating amount of money.
Animal charities microchip dogs and cats to help them find their owners if they go missing
TWO out of three people who go missing
do so voluntarily although the reasons vary from marital breakdown to domestic abuse to financial pressures.
LOS ANGELES -- GINA for Missing Persons, the internationally acclaimed concert series to raise awareness for those who go missing
every year, announces "The Squeaky Wheel World-Wide Tour," October 16 - November 4, 2006.