We share information about various unsolved cases on our website. These include:
- Unsolved Homicide
- Missing Persons
- Unidentified Bodies
People all over the world can help you find your lost family. If you would like to share information about a missing person, please fill out our form below. You can write in your original language, it’s fine!
We can also help create a poster with information about your missing person. We will email it to you; you can share it with anyone you know!
- Cases less than a year old will only be shared as an individual notice on our blog (Home Page).
- Cases more than a year old will also be incorporated into the Never Stop Looking database (Link).
- We ask that anyone with information contact us as soon as possible if updates are available, particularly if the person has been found, the case solved, or the body identified.
- The case can originate from anywhere in the world and will be shared regardless of nationality.
- Cases are processed entirely based upon order of receipt by The Suitcase Detective.
- We also want to protect innocent people who want to escape. All viewers will be directed to the national police agency. They will not contact you in person. Please be sure to contact your national or local police first. They should have a register of the missing person in the file in case the information is reported.
- Please be aware we do not usually deal with parental abduction cases unless there are clear signs that the child is in imminent physical danger. There are times in domestic violence cases where one parent feels it necessary for their own and the child’s safety to quietly disappear, and we would not wish to be involved in endangering anyone. We prefer to leave these cases up to police and governmental authorities.
- We will remove any posting if we are contacted by the following people:
- Any police or governmental agency
- The individual in question (after proof of identity is given)
- Any legal representative of the individual in question (after proof of identity is given)
- If there is any suspicion that the person involved is a refugee or victim who is in hiding