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Natalee Holloway, 18, 5'4'' 110 lbs, blond hair, blue eyes, a graduating honor student at Birmingham, Alabam's Mountain Brook High School was on a senior trip with classmates in the Caribbean island of Aruba. She was last seen Monday, May 30, 2005 at approximately 0130 hours leaving Carlos 'n' Charlie's nightclub in Oranjestad. After missing her return flight home, Natalee's passport and luggage were discovered her hotel room. Foul play is suspected. it is possible that she may have been taken off the island against her will. There is a $250,000 reward for information that solve this case. If you have any information regarding Natalee, contact the FBI Tip Line at 1-877-628-2533 or dial 9-1-1 for emergency.

Natalee Holloway and the Investigation of Joran Van der Sloot and the Kalpoe Brothers. Aruban prosecutors are investigating new information by a Dutch crime reporter who secretly recorded conversation with Joran van der Sloot allegedly giving details about the disappearance.

Help reunite missing persons with loved ones. Rewards are offered in some cases. FBI

Tip:  Some of the options to find a person is to talk to other people involved or look up addresses of their previous residence. 

The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is a clearinghouse for missing persons and unidentified decedent records. NamUs is a free online system that can be searched by medical examiners, coroners, law enforcement officials and the general public to solve these cases.

America's Most Wanted-Missing Persons --News and updates on missing persons. Report a tip.

Let's Bring Them Home, a national missing adults program provides services and coordination between government agencies, law enforcement, media, the families of endangered missing adults and safety education for all ages.

Outpost for Hope offers resources, tips and support.

The Salvation Army's Missing Person Service is to reunite people in families who wish to find each other.

The Doe Network assists in solving cold cases concerning Unexplained Disappearances and Unidentified Victims from North America, Australia and Europe.

The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) maintains the largest investigative repository of major violent crime cases in the U.S. It is designed to collect and analyze information about homicides, sexual assaults, missing persons, and other violent crimes involving unidentified human remains.

Crying wolf creates danger:  Police chief fears for the real victims, the cities and towns, and others Curt Brown, Star Tribune

ID-Wanted.org -- Intended for Law Enforcement use in indentifying unknown individuals, locating fugitives and missing persons. Images may be disturbing or offensive.

Canadian officials investigating a case involving 50 missing women have made an arrest. In custody, pig farm owner Robert Pickton, charged with two counts of first degree murder. Police say there are many questions that remain unanswered.


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Burned Alive - Tommy Antonakos was a wealthy computer expert devoted to his 20-year-old daughter Kimberly. But early in 1995, Kimberly disappeared - she was never seen alive again. This is the story of one father's long search: for his child's killer; for justice; and for some kind of peace of mind.

Missing Person by Don M Ulmer, Walter H Hesse -- Retired Marine Corps and novelist Sergeant Major Michael Kincaid was approached by a woman to locate her son, missing for twenty years. Kincaid finds intrigue, greed, violence and murder.

Missing Persons: A Writer's Guide to Finding the Lost, the Abducted and the Escaped by Fay Faron -- Fay Faron, a regular guest on Oprah!, has written an informative, guide for anyone writing about detectives and missing persons (MPs). Missing Persons tells us who is most likely to become a private investigator (PI), who is likely to go missing (or merely misplaced), and who would want to find them.

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