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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 Katrina Bohnenkamp

Katrina BOHNENKAMP

Katrina Bohnenkamp was last seen in the early hours of October 26, 2012, at a residential premise in Strathfield. This was the last confirmed sighting of Katrina. Katrina was...

Kellie CARMICHAEL

Kellie Carmichael was last seen by staff at a Katoomba lodge on the 29th April 2001. When Kellie left, she told staff she would be back later that day to collect her belongings...

Alan Ticehurst

Alan is transgender and identifies as female who was also known as Ellisha, Allisha or Elly. Alan was last seen by family in August 1997 in the Laidley area possibly heading to...

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