Approximately 250,000 people go missing in the UK each year.
People of any age can go missing for a variety of reasons, in the case of a very young child it could be simply because they lost their way, in adults it could be through dementia, depression or other mental health issues, temporary disorientation due to medication or due to accidental head injuries.
The dissapearance could also be done on purpose to evade the law or legal issues, or through relationship issues, or as a result of peer pressure, or it could be forced from bullying or other abuse or such as in cases of abduction or murder.
When someone of any age goes missing, it raises safety issues about the missing person and causes much suffering and heartache with families and friends.
WOO wants to help by displaying photographs and contact information of missing persons from the area or those who are connected to the area, and nationwide Emergency Child Rescue Alerts.
Please check these pages regularly and if you do see any of the people below contact the Police.
Email us a up to date photograph and as much information as possible along with contact details.
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71 year old missing from Cardigan since 5am on 20th June when his car was spotted in Aberporth car park.
Anyone spotting Mr Hurley or with information please call 101
Fifteen-year-old Zoe Davies from Wrexham is described as being 5ft4in tall and has long blonde hair. Police say Zoe is wearing light blue pyjama bottoms and a black coat. Any information which may help police locate Zoe can be passed direct via the web live chat http://www.north-wales.police.uk/contact/chat-support.aspx or by phoning 101 quoting Y003696.
Age 54/ Missing from Tre'r Ddol between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth. Last seen November 15. Anyone who has seen or had any contact with David in the last few days is asked to contact us on 101 quoting reference 335 of 19th November.
Age 13, 5'1", last seen at 1043 wearing Ysgol Dinas Bran uniform and black dolly shoes, carrying black shoulder bag with gold buckles.. Any further information about her whereabouts can be reported to North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference X141385
58 year old David was reported missing on 15th September, last seen in the Coity Road area of Bridgend wearing a royal blue jumper, dark trousers, and dark shoes with white soles. He is 5'5" slim build with dark hair. If anyone has any information on his whereabouts then please call South Wales Police on 101 quoting reference 1900341781.
A Bristol man with strong connections to Welshpool, last in touch with family at 9.30pm on 19.8.2019. Police found his Ford B-max car in Monkmash car park near Bridgend. Anyone with information is urged to call 101 giving the reference 5219191142.
Leah is 5'2" slim build, brown shoulder length hair, last seen at 10pm in Quantock Crescent in Milton Keynes on 14.2.2019 wearing black coat, black jeans, black converse high top shoes & black rucksack.
Any information contact Thames Valley Police using 101 quoting reference 43190049929
Age 58. Last seen in Marford on 19/12/18. If seen please contact 101 NW Police ref: W180333
Age 21. Links to Wrexham, Chester and Connahs Quay. Any information please ring 101 and ask for I/Trace Ref. 23619.
Age 36. Last seen 5.1.2019 in Mold. If you have any information contact http://socsi.in/q6pRH
Age 30. from Coedpoeth. Any sightings please call 101 and quote the itrace number 23591.
Age 24. 5'4" slim build. Orange/blonde bobbed hair. Any sightings please call 101 and quote the itrace number 23589. and reference 22019
Age 50. from Pontypool. 6' 2". Jaymie has a medical condition for which he needs medication. He does not have access to it, and as a result he could pose a risk to himself or others. If anyone sees Jaymie they are advised not to approach him as he has been violent in the past. Any information call 101 or direct message us on Facebook or Twitter quoting log number 376 15/10/17 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The charity Missing People has 20 years’ frontline experience and provides a range of services for police handling missing person investigations, including taking referrals for family support, making Publicity Appeals and sending supportive text messages to missing children and adults.
Services and Groups who can help
St. John Ambulance will provide first-aid, nursing, transport and training services.
The British Red Cross provide equipment, training, and first-aid & nursing services.
Kerry provides discreet personalised counselling services,
Elefriends is a supportive online community where you can be yourself. We all know what it’s like to struggle sometimes, but now there’s a safe place to listen, share and be heard.
Nothing can take away the pain felt with bereavement of a child, but being able to talk to someone who really understands what you are going through helps. Find someone near you!
Ponthafren Association is a registered charity, catering for people who experience mental health issues, those who may be socially isolated or excluded, or those who may just wish to make new friends or gain new skills
Information, Advice, Counselling, help online or on the phone, Anytime!
Legal Advice on Finance, Housing, Benefits, Energy, Debt.
Age UK's vision is for a world where everyone can love later life. We do this by inspiring, supporting and enabling in a number of ways.
Supporting men, women and children experiencing or affected by domestic abuse in North Powys.
Child protection services and resources.
We deliver relevant and vibrant ministry to every generation, and offer hope with services based on local needs.
We offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.
People of any age can find themselves homeless for many reasons, it s far too easy for us to ignore them and turn a blind eye, but what if it was you that lost your job, could not afford to pay rent on the benefit supplied and was suddenly forced to live on the streets?
Remember not everyone has family and friends around to help, and even if they do many will not help when times are that rough, they wrongly put the blame on the individual.
Lack of shelter from the elements, lack of enough and suitable food or the money to purchase it already place the individual's health at risk, but the winter weather can be the last straw.
WINTER CAN KILL !
If you see someone sleeping rough, Remember it is someone's son, or daughter, mother or father, brother or sister.
ALL IT COSTS IS A PHONE CALL OR TEXT !
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