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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 Mark Moylan

Mark MOYLAN

Mark Moylan was 42-years-old when he went missing. He was last seen on the evening of 25 January 2014 when he was rowing his dinghy a short distance to his vessel moored at...

Missing Person Ivica Sinozic

Ivica SINOZIC

On 10 April 1983, a white Datsun 120Y station sedan was located about 400 km east of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Both registration plates and the vehicle...

Missing Person Margaret Bernie

Margaret BERNIE

Margaret Anne Bernie was last seen at her Mount Gambier home on Monday morning, 25 January 1988. Her family became seriously concerned for her safety and welfare when she was...

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