National Missing Persons Helpline
The National Missing Persons Helpline is operated by Missing in Ireland Support Service (MISS) a registered Charity. Their mission as a non-profit Organisation is to bring hope to families and friends of Missing Persons by providing resources and support. They also aim to create public awareness of Missing Persons though a variety of educational activities....
Stephen Finnegan is 16 years missing on the 2 February 2016. We remember his family at this time. If you have any information on his disappearance please call the Gardai 0n 1800 666 111. You can also call the National Missing Persons Helpline on 1890 442 552. See details.
Thank You From CCMPSAR
Photo below shows Cork City Missing Persons Search and Recovery (CCMPSAR) being presented with a cheque for €3000.00 by Finbarr Twomey on behalf of the staff of the Cork Mail Centre. CCMPSAR wish to thank Finbarr and his colleagues for this generous donation and express their thanks for helping them to continue with the important...
The National Missing Persons Helpline and MISS are having their AGM on Saturday 23rd January 2016 in the Maldron Hotel,(formally Bewleys), Newlands Cross at 12 pm. All are invited to attend especially those interested in becoming members and volunteers. Please let them know in advance if you will be attending 1890 442 552 and firstname.lastname@example.org
“It’s my dying wish to find out what happened to my son”
Above is the title of a heartbreaking interview with Bob Shanahan, father of missing Gussie Shanahan , in thejournal.ie . Gussie is my first cousin and the reason why I set up this website 15 years. ago. Bob says “We feel that somebody somewhere knows what happened that night and what may appear small and trivial to...
Relatives searching for Noel Hardy
Noel Hardy was last seen by his relatives in the Dublin 7 area on the 17th September 1967. He was born in 1936 and is thought to be in the Coventry area of England. See more details.
Article on Missing Persons
There is an excellent article on “Missing Persons” in Ireland in the journal.ie It gives a great insight into the numbers that go missing and the comparison with the UK.
National Missing Persons Day
Wednesday 2 December 2015 is National Missing Persons Day. This will be the third year that the State has marked this day. It is an opportunity to remember missing people and their families. It is an opportunity to encourage those who have information to come forward and to encourage those who are missing and alive...
Unidentified Women in USA
A visitor to the website has asked me to highlight two cases of unidentified women found many years ago in the USA. See details at https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_of_the_Dunes https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2015/10/14/in-42-year-old-cold-case-suspected-murder-victim-turns-up-alive/
Alan Bradley Missing
Alan Bradley is missing since 18 November 1999. He turned 40 on the 6th November 2015. His family are desperately seeking information on his whereabouts or any information about him. See details http://www.missing.ie/missing_persons/alan-bradley-kildare/