A missing person is a person who has disappeared and whose status as alive or dead cannot be confirmed as their location and fate are not known.
+ We value the Missing Persons, regardless of their life choices.
+ We value the families that struggle with their disappearance.
+ We value Unidentified Human Remains and the professionals that assist with the search for their identity.
+ We value involving law enforcement, the media, the family and the communities of missing persons to bring closure to their cases.
They may have simply forgotten their phone, got caught up in some activity or plain forgot to check in.
Contact friends and family first to ask if they have any knowledge of the missing person's whereabouts.
Once you have sufficient reason to believe they are in fact missing, contact your local law enforcement agency to make a missing persons report.
Keep in mind, police may request your assistance in getting bank records, social media account information and cell phone records for your missing person as well.
Do not give up, keep appealing and searching. Remember that people want to help. Try to keep your loved one's name and photo in the public eye. Your missing person is important.
Please help us find Donna Berels, w/f, 55yoa. 5’3, 130lbs, blue eyes. She left her home in area of 21/Schoenherr on 2/25/20 at 7:30pm in her Grey Buick LaCrosse. Her family has not been able to reach her and is very concerned. Please call us at 586-731-2121 ext 3 with any info. pic.twitter.com/FqW33SVbOm— Shelby Twp PD (@ShelbyTwp911) February 26, 2020