At any given moment, as many as 85,000 people are missing in the United States. Since January, close to 1,000 people have been reported missing in the City of San Diego, according to the San Diego Police Department.
“Searching for San Diegans,” a project of NBC 7 Investigates, profiles people reported missing in San Diego County with the hope that it can help bring answers to families and loved ones home.
Click on the photos above to learn more about them. You also can search by city name to find out who was reported missing in a particular location. If you are viewing this on our mobile app, click the link in the last line of this story.
More information about the project is below, but if you have questions or stories to share about any of the people above, please contact NBC 7 Investigates by email or phone (619) 578-0393.
About The Project:
The information will be updated weekly and is being collected from two websites: NamUS and the California Department of Justice’s Missing Children Clearinghouse.
NamUs is the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System. It is funded through a grant from the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs and U.S. Department of Justice. The California DOJ’s Missing Children Clearinghouse is a subset of all people reported as missing by law enforcement in California.
The California DOJ encourages anyone with information about any of the cases above to contact the law enforcement agency listed or the DOJ by using the toll-free hotline: 1-800-222-FIND (1-800-222-3463). You can also send them an email: email@example.com.