Missing Kids

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Missing Kids
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What is Missing Kids Online Alerts?

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There were 876,213 missing persons in the U.S. last year alone, almost half were male and 90% were children. Everyone knows about Chandra Levy, the missing Washington intern. She's the nation's most prominent missing person, but she is only one of thousands of people who disappear each year. Countless parents spend sleepless nights wondering where their child could be, unsure if they are even still alive. Having a child abducted is one of the most horrible things that can happen to a parent and a life altering experience for the child.

Please look at the missing children on this web site and help us spread the word about them. The majority of missing children who are found owe their lives to people like you and your friends. The more exposure these missing kids get, the greater the chances that they will be found. If you can identify any of these children, call 1.800.THE.LOST or visit mailbits.com/goto/missingkids/ 

Report a Sighting


If you have any information regarding a missing child, please report it to one of the following:


What is Missing Kids Online Alerts?


The Missing Kids Online Alerts is a free program to download and use that instantly notifies you of missing-children alerts issued by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. It runs quietly in the background on your computer, so you won't notice it's there...until an alert is issued! Find out more at ncmec.webroot.com/

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A torn jacket is soon mended; but hard words bruise the heart of a child. - Henry Wadesworth Longfellow



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