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When a relative or friend is reported missing, the emotional impact on families and friends can be considerable. It’s important to acknowledge that each person may be affected in their own way, and react differently.

Families and friends of missing persons often speak about feelings of fear, anger, guilt, blame, frustration, helplessness, ambiguity, and isolation. While people may not experience all these emotions, it is important to recognise that any of these responses are normal reactions to an extraordinary situation.

Missing Person Neil McKenzie

Neil McKENZIE

Neil McKenzie was last seen at his work at Redfern on Tuesday 2 May 2006 at 3.20pm. It is believed that he returned to his premises where he left his work vehicle. Neil has not...

Peter Drummond

Peter Drummond had been camping in bushland near Glenreagh and was due to return for Christmas dinner in 1993. When he did not return as planned friends reported him missing to...

Missing Person Rigby Fielding

Rigby FIELDING

Rigby Fielding was last seen on the afternoon of 15 August 2015 in East Perth by friends. He told them he was returning to his home in Rockingham later that day. Rigby did not...

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