Why Choose Lauth
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Why Choose Lauth: The Lauth Investigations International Missing Persons team has over 40 years combined experience working closely with families of endangered, at-risk missing persons. Our team collaborates closely with local, state, and federal law enforcement, missing persons organizations nationwide, and with national media. So why choose Lauth?
Why choose Lauth? Our missing persons team of experts for recovering and reuniting missing children and missing adults is one of the most successful in the industry. Our team of experts are not skip tracers, but field experts that rely on field intelligence techniques working with various OSINT and HUMINT resources. Your missing family member will become our priority as soon as your case is assigned to our team. Every case is unique based on the circumstances of the disappearance and we are dedicated to using our diverse body of experience and our licensed, verified database resources, and applying proven methodology in the interest of finding your missing loved one.
Our CEO and Founder Thomas Lauth is nationally recognized as a Missing Persons and Human Trafficking Investigator. Lauth is considered an expert in missing persons by national media and has appeared in publications like Essence Magazine, Los Angeles Daily News and more.
We are results-oriented and charge only flat fees for casework conducted worldwide. We are passionate about bringing answers to families in crisis.
Thomas Lauth in Media
- What We Know About the Missing Teen Whose Parents Were Shot to Death
- ESSENCE Special Report: How D.C.’s Disappearing Girls Highlight The Nation’s Black and Missing Problem
- Western Pa.’s missing adults easily fall off police radar, Trib Live
- Activists call for dedicated missing persons unit, Cleveland, Ohio
- LAPD, family both trying to find man missing 4 1/2 years, Daily News, Los Angeles, CA
- Most missing adult cases unsolved, Cape Cod Times
- The National Center for Missing Adults Funding Was Slashed by the Feds, but Volunteers Are Keeping It Alive, Pheonix New Times
- Is Olisa Williams still alive?, The Ann Arbor News