“Never Quit Looking” is a global database of missing people, unsolved homicides, and unidentified bodies.

To share information about a case, please select the proper language below. If your language is not listed, the default language for this website is English. The URLs will take you to the proper forms; please complete them and submit them according to the instructions.

In completing the forms, if there are details you do not know, you may leave the box empty. However, please give as many details as you can.

You can write in your native language. We will translate your answers to English or use your original language. Please use short, simple words and sentences to make translation easier.

We will also use the information to create a “poster” or notice about the case. We will include one English copy and one copy in your native language. We will email it to you, and you can share it with anyone you know.

We want to protect innocent people who do not want to be located. We will only include the contact information for the national police agency. We will not include the contact information for a specific, unofficial person.

Please make sure you have contacted the police first and that the police have a case or record on file. The police are responsible for every case and will handle any reports of information or sightings. You must include a link to the police notice or provide formal evidence of a search or police investigation.

We will remove a notice if we are contacted by the following people:
· The police or a government agency
· The individual in question (after proof of identity is given)
· A legal representative of the individual in question (after proof of identity is given)
· If we suspect the person involved is a refugee or victim who is in hiding


  1. Notices that are less than one year old will only be shared on our blog (Home Page).
  2. Notices that are more than one year old will be added to the “Never Quit Looking” database (Link).
  3. Please contact us when there is an update.
  4. We will remove a closed case.
  5. The case can originate from anywhere in the world. It will be shared regardless of nationality.
  6. Requests are processed in the order they are received.
  7. We do not include “parent abductions” as those are not necessarily illegal dependent on nationality. We prefer to leave these cases up to police and governmental authorities.
  8. We only include cases involving children in certain situations. The case must be on file with the police. We will only share information the police, charitable services, the families, or other government agencies have agreed should be made public.



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