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Missing Person Adriano Mason

Adriano MASON

At approximately 9.45pm on Thursday evening 2 July 1992, Adriano Mason left his home in Clyde Street, East Kew, Victoria to take his Rottweiler dog for a walk. Neither he, nor...

Missing Person Juan Philip Morgan

Juan MORGAN

Juan Morgan was 15 years of age when he went missing in 1992. Police identified him as missing in 1999 when investigating the disappearances of David McWilliams, Leo Daly and...

Ruben Gardiol

Ruben Gardiol was last seen leaving his home on Clovelly Rd, Randwick at 6:30am on October 30, 2020. His vehicle was located on November 6, 2020, at Prince Charles Pde, Kurnell....

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National DNA Program partners with Othram to use forensic genetic genealogy for unsolved Australian cases

26 October 2022

The AFP will have access to specialised forensic DNA testing, not currently available in Australia, to identify human remains and develop new leads for unsolved crimes, by partnering with a world-leading forensic genomics laboratory.

Under the agreement, the AFP’s National DNA Program for Unidentified and Missing Persons will provide forensic evidence from some of Australia’s...

National program using DNA to identify missing persons extended until end of 2023

National Missing Persons Week 2022 reminds us of the many thousands of Australians left wondering, asking, searching and holding onto hope for their missing loved one.

A unique national program has been extended for a further 12-months to provide more opportunities for the AFP National Missing Persons Coordination Centre to use the latest forensic techniques and databases to help Australian law...

National Missing Persons Week 2022: Australians asked to consider life with a missing loved one

The AFP’s National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) is urging Australians to think of the people they love and ask what their life would be like without them this National Missing Persons Week (NMPW).

NMPW 2022 is being launched today (31 July) by the AFP with an innovative digital campaign called “Without Them” that challenges Australians to identify with the missing, feel the weight...