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|Lauth Missing Persons Investigations welcomes you. Our founder conducts missing persons investigations in the disappearance of missing children and missing adults, including referral cases from the National Missing Children’s Organization (NMCO) and the National Center for Missing Adults (NMCA). (see our reference letter) We're here to assist you to answer questions in the services offered in regards to kidnappings, runaways, and adult disappearances. Refer to our missing people Case Profiles to better help you define your 'Missing Person' situation.|
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Missing Persons Facts and Tips
This is the Tips and Facts page of Lauth Missing Persons. Here you will find information related to the handling of a missing children, or missing adults case. In addition, this information can serve to help you better understand and identify the characteristics, state of mind and predisposition of adults or children who go missing. This data can serve as a resource to protect vulnerable loved ones who might be prone to go missing as well as serve to assist you in the process that Lauth Missing Persons utilizes to locate missing children, find missing adults, and recover runaway teenagers. Here you will also find statistics on runaways, missing adults, kidnapped victims, and abducted children in the United States.
The reality for runaways in the United States:
The reality for missing adults in the United States:
Circumstances of a loved ones disappearance, both adults and children, are referred to as at risk when there is evidence or suspicion of a physical disability, diminished mental capacity, or foul play.
Based on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's NCIC database there were 841,276 missing persons reports in 2001. Of those reports 642,701 were juveniles and 198,575 of those were adults. Of the missing adults, 106,980 were male and 91,685 were female.
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