GLOBAL MISSING PERSONS & UNSOLVED CRIMES DATABASE
Never Stop Looking is a global database of missing persons, unidentified remains, and unsolved homicides. Case files are predominantly compiled from government websites, national databases, personal websites dedicated to missing persons, and social media.
The purpose of “Never Stop Looking” is to provide a standardized platform for families, police, government agencies, and NGOs to spread cases unresolved domestically for more than a year to a global audience. The database encourages:
- Compiling data about cases from around the world into a single location for use internationally or where the case might involve multiple countries.
- Providing an easily searched, easily translated, easily accessed database that can be readily used by persons regardless of language or nationality.
- Establishing a highly detailed, researched, and consistently updated database for increased reliability.
- Offering improved, extensive filters for easy case identification where limited information about a case is known.
- Identifying cross-border trends and patterns.
- Facilitating the identification and comparison of relevant missing persons cases with unidentified remains.
- Increasing exposure of unresolved cases to a diversified, international audience.
In addition to offering the “Never Stop Looking” database, the Suitcase Detective also provides to families and authorities a clean, easy to share poster with the relevant details in English and in the native language.
Advancements in transportation, increasingly open or less stringently monitored borders, and an ever growing influx of tourists and international businesspersons has created a truly global and constantly shifting movement of persons around the world. Crime is not constrained by borders and neither are criminals, evidence, or the victims. It is now substantially easier to transport victims, criminals, witnesses, and evidence across borders rapidly, cost-efficiently, and with limited trails for police to follow.
At “Never Stop Looking“, we believe government and police agencies must increasingly cooperate globally in sharing and publicizing cases with each another and the public. Resolving many cases requires the rapid and comprehensive sharing of information, photos, and identifying features to a maximized audience. This necessitates greater integration of and more streamlined investigation practices.
We offer a standardized, easily integrated, translatable method for recording the relevant data and a global database of cases. Our services are meant to facilitate the compilation, identification, and communication of key details to global audiences.
Each case solved is a victory for justice and closure for their families.
You can contact us to:
- Update a Case
- Submit a Case (English | Other)
- Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contact Us (General)
Our rules and criteria for accepting cases are listed here.
A comprehensive list of databases from around the work is located here.
A comprehensive list of the police contact information for countries around the world is located here.
Sources of Data
Missing People (UK) ✴ Missing at the Border ✴ Namus ✴ Interpol ✴ Doe Network ✴ Missing Kids ✴ Missing Persons (AU) ✴ Global Missing Kids ✴ Missing Persons (UK Police) ✴ FBI ✴ Charley Project ✴ AU Missing Persons ✴ איתור נעדרים ✴ Chi l’ha Visto ✴ CEAS Mexico ✴ SOS Desaparecidos ✴ Centro Nacional de Desaparecidos
Disclaimer & Warning
All persons (including family and non-family members) read these case files at your own discretion. Images or details within these files may be graphic or upsetting to readers. If you believe you may be effected, you should not continue further.
The information offered through our Services is general information only. We make every effort to maintain the database and ensure the data is up-to-date and correct. However, we make no warranties or promises regarding the accuracy, validity, reliability, availability, or completeness of the data herein. Data is gathered primarily from NGOs, new articles, and Charity postings. This information is not intended for reliance. Under no circumstances will The Suitcase Detective or its owners & operators be liable for any problems that may result from using or reading this information.
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|Record ID||Photo||Last Name||Given Name||Age||Country||More Details|
|635||Zarlenga||Rocio Belen||13||Argentina||More Details|
|559||Zapata||Máximo Alessandro||7||Argentina||More Details|
|539||Zamarbide Severo||Jorge Pedro||46||Argentina||More Details|
|475||Yu||Khoa Anh||15||Britain||More Details|