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Missing Persons normally taken by Acquaintances

Did you ever fantasize about working for the FBI as a secret government agent who searches for missing persons. It appears so exciting and adventurous at the same time like those agents seen on the TV shows Without a Trace or Criminal Minds. Wouldn't be neat to prevent a terrible crime from happening. Or locate more missing persons than any other cool secret agent before you. I could bend rules and make it look hip and sexy at the same time. There are people who actually do this in real life. Ever wonder what their lives are really like and how great of a job it is?

Our country seems to get it's share of crime; that is for certain and we have a very large sum of it. It's like a broken record. Everyday you open up the daily paper the same crimes being committed over and over again but the names of the offenders only change. Right?

Do you have any idea how many missing persons are reported each year? It's a heck of a lot more than anyone cares to count. The question you may be asking me is "Where are these folks disappearing to?" This is a Good question! Honestly when it comes to missing persons, a portion of them are ones that do not want to be found. They're commonly known as runaways.

Then there are those who are taken against their will. Over 90 percent of these individuals are abducted by someone they already know. Many people find this to be surprising. All that time you spend watching the shady guy at the mall or obscure individual at the park may not be as beneficial as you thought. Sure, it's imperative to be cautious and aware of your surroundings, but worrying will only blind you to what's in front of your face. While you sit around dredging up terrible scenarios, someone you or your child already knows could be giving off clear signs. Don't be blind to what's right in front of you. Sometimes the obvious answer is the correct one.

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When authorities such as the FBI or local police investigate missing persons, they tend to look at relatives and acquaintances first and foremost. Why? This is standard, and it often leads them to finding the victim they are looking for. You can get online in this day and age to search for missing persons and do your own investigating. There are numerous web sites specifically set up and designed for this very thing. All you need is the missing persons name or social security number.

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