“Never Quit Looking” is a global database of missing people, unidentified bodies, and unsolved homicides. We want to help your family find missing people and bring justice to the deceased.
To share a case, please complete the form below. Additional information or images can be emailed to email@example.com.
If there are details you cannot provide, leave that question blank. There are only three required pieces of information:
1) The Victim’s Surname
2) The Victims’ Forename
3) Evidence that the case is open and ongoing (e.g., link to the public notice from the police; newspaper article; etc.)
However, please give as much detail as you can.
Our database is managed in English; however, you can submit this form in your native language. Please use short, simple words and sentences to make translation easier.
We want to protect innocent people who do not want to be located. We only include the contact information for the police. We will not include contact information for an individual.
Always contact the police first. Any new information or witnesses will be sent to the police directly. Therefore, the police must have a case on file.
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
- Files that are less than one year old will only be shared on our blog.
- Files that are more than one year old will be added to the “Never Quit Looking” database.
- Please contact us when there is an update.
- We will remove a closed case.
- The case can originate from anywhere in the world. It will be shared regardless of nationality.
- Requests are processed in the order they are received.
- We do not include “parent abductions” for legal reasons.
Warning & Disclaimer:
When we share a case report, it is posted to multiple sites including but not limited to Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter, MeWe, Parler, Tumblr, and YouTube. Third parties are able to share these posts or to save and record the information published. While we remove cases as soon as notified, we cannot be responsible for these third parties. This means information removed from our platforms may still exist on other platforms or on other accounts.