The issue of missing persons in Australia is complex and multifaceted. Around 38,000 people are reported missing to police every year in Australia.

In Australia a missing person is defined as anyone who is reported missing to police, whose whereabouts are unknown, and where there are fears for the safety or concern for the welfare of that person.
A long-term missing person is someone who has been missing for more than three months.
Anyone, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity or educational background, may become a missing person; however, adults are more likely to be listed as long-term missing persons.

Missing Person Jee Rhee

Jee (Jake) RHEE

Jee Rhee was last seen by relatives on Friday 10 September 2004 at his home. He left his residence about midnight stating that he couldn't sleep. Jee left with a small amount...

Missing Person Alfred Crozier


Alfred "Keith" Crozier was last seen by his wife at their home in Canning Vale Western Australia on Friday 29 March 2013. It is unknown what clothing Alfred was wearing and...

Missing Person Laura Haworth


Laura Haworth, then aged 23, was last seen on 5 January 2008 at a friend’s house in Queanbeyan, NSW. After telling her friend she was going to work, Laura left the house...

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