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Our Mission:

Missouri Missing is a 501(c)(3) exists to:

Provide a voice for the missing and unidentified who can no longer speak for themselves.

Provide support for families who have missing loved ones through an outreach program.

Educate and provide public awareness of the impact of missing persons in Missouri.

Work closely with law enforcement and provide as much assistance as possible to individuals and law enforcement agencies in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of all cases involving missing persons in Missouri.

Distribute photographs and information of all Missing Persons in Missouri.

Continue to restructure the organization to maximize the efficient use of resources available to families of the missing.









Our Missing - Who are they?

Click here for our Facebook page and help share missing person posters!

All our poster information comes from the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP). They often ask us to post for them. Click here for MSHP missing person clearinghouse - adult missing persons database. Click here for MSHP missing person clearinghouse - children missing persons database.

For our National Missing and Unidentified Persons ( repository, click here. For Missouri missing that are in NamUs, click here.

Please Note:
If you find inaccurate information on a Missouri Missing poster you will need to contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

  • Missouri State Highway Patrol
    Missing Persons Unit
  • P.O Box 568
  • Jefferson City, MO 65102
  • Phone: (573) 526-6178
  • Toll-Free: (800) 877-3452

Families of the Missing Reaching Out
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Contact Us

Missouri Missing
PO Box 1688
Jefferson City, MO 65102
(573) 619-8100



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featured events

Green Ribbons for Angie-Missing from Ivy Bend, MO

Michelle Angela Yarnell went missing on October 25, 2003. Her remains have never been found. We are asking people to honor her on this 11 year mark, by tying a green ribbon to a branch, pole, anything, in remembrance of Angie. Check back here for information to come on this year's event!