Before you start, write down a list of words which may uniquely identify the missing person you are looking for.
These may include distinctive jewelry, brand of cigarettes, brand of clothing or footwear, inscriptions, engravings, tattoos, names,aliases,nicknames, dental features etc.
You can quickly and easily search each of your words by clicking onto the symbol beside each result to change the word.
All results will give case details, some with images, and a link to the U.S. or Canadian record.
WARNING! some pictures may be disturbing.
If the subject has had dental work, and therefor can be identified through DENTAL CHARTS, you can find out more by clicking the link provided.
Although dental records and charts may have been submitted to Government Agencies (i.e. NCIC, NAMUS, CPIC etc.) by law enforcement and Medical Examiners/Coroners, the results you will see have NOT BEEN LINKED with Missing Person and Unidentified person files by dental records, although the potential to link them is very high.
To perform a search of Dental Records using DENTAL CHART SEQUENCING, which no Governmemt Agency employs (and you have the records), click here.