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Missing Person Gail King

Gail KING

Gail King, then aged 28 years, was last seen alive at Minlaton on the York Peninsula SA on 7 July 1997. She was reported missing by her de-facto partner on 8 July 1997 when he...

Missing Person Christine Fenner

Christine FENNER

Christine Fenner’s defacto left home at Booyal on 12 February 1999. When he returned she was not at the residence. If you have information that may assist police to locate...

Missing Person Nancy Grunwaldt

Nancy GRUNWALDT

Nancy Grunwaldt, then aged 26, was last seen on 12 March 1993 riding a pushbike in a southerly direction along the Tasman Highway about 4km south of Scamander, Tasmania. She has...

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National DNA Program

Australian-first forensic program to seek to name our country's unidentified human remains

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is today launching the country’s first National DNA Program, with the hope of uncovering investigative leads as to the identity of our unknown Australians and resolving long-term missing persons cases across Australia.

This new initiative – the National DNA Program for Unidentified and Missing Persons will harness modern forensic techniques to allow the...

National Missing Persons Week 2020

National Missing Persons Week 2020: Police call on community to help solve eight long-term missing persons cases

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is calling on the public to help solve eight long-term missing persons’ investigations as part of a digital campaign marking National Missing Persons Week 2020 (2-8 August 2020).

The initiative – titled ‘I’ll see you later’ – has been developed by the AFP’s National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) and includes a series of short videos which...

Canberra Milk 2020 Campaign

Missing Australians featured on milk bottles for the second year

In a joint campaign developed by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) and Canberra Milk, the faces of missing people will once again be displayed on milk bottles in the Australian Capital Territory. The campaign will run from 15 June for four weeks in an effort to solve the mystery of their disappearance and raise awareness of the issue of...