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Missing Person Karen Morton

Karen MORTON

Karen Morton, aged 35 years, was living with her partner and their two children when she went missing from her Pennington home in May 2002. She was reported missing by her father...

John Norrish missing persons from St Helens, Tasmania

John NORRISH

John Norrish was last seen at the St Helens Point Road, in St Helens in Tasmania. He frequently used a red ‘Huffy’ mountain bike for transport, and usually carries a fishing rod....

Missing Person Melony Sutton

Melony SUTTON

Melony Sutton and her brother Chad Sutton were last seen on 23 of November 1992. Chad and his sister Melony left their Inala Queensland home at 8.35am. They were both walking to...

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National Missing Persons Week 2021: Aged images of long-term missing persons could provide key to solving heartbreaking mysteries

The Australian Federal Police is releasing a unique series of images that capture how seven Australians, who have been missing for up to 40 years, could look today as it urges the public to help solve the mystery behind these heartbreaking cases.

The age progressed images have been created by AFP forensic artists and will be featured across a series of short videos to be progressively launched...

Launch of Queensland Missing Persons Day postponed

The COVID-19 restrictions currently in place around the country have led to the regrettable postponement of the upcoming Queensland Family of Missing Persons Day. 

The Australian Federal Police and Queensland Police Service are working to reschedule the event, which was set to be hosted in Brisbane on Sunday 1 August.

Queensland families who have registered for the event will be personally...

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International Missing Children’s Day 2021: Commemorative tree dedicated to all missing children

The Australian Federal Police’s National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) is honouring International Missing Children’s Day (IMCD) 2021 with a tree dedication at the National Arboretum in Canberra for all missing children and their families.

IMCD is commemorated annually on the 25 May. IMCD is a day where people around the world commemorate the missing children who have found their...