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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 Graeme Walsh

Graeme WALSH

Graeme Walsh originally from Sydney, claimed to be a preacher with the Baptist Seventh Day Church. It is believed that he had gone swimming at local beach and did not return....

Suat TEKIN

Suat Tekin was last seen by a work associate on 8th October 1998 when he left a Rydalmere location between 6:00pm and 6:30pm. Suat is believed to have gone towards the city for...

Missing Person Patricia Dawson

Patricia DAWSON

Patricia Mary Dawson, then aged 33 years, was reported as a missing person on 14 April 1972.

Her husband, Peter Dawson, reported that he had last seen her at 11.15pm on Tuesday...

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