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Missing Persons

Impartial Investigations  Missing Persons in Scotland will feature here regularly

Missing persons are a part of life in Scotland, sadly. Impartial Investigations is dedicated to doing what it can to help Scottish families suffering the trauma of having a missing person in suspicious or even unexplained circumstances. We will investigate, where necessary, and we will make public appeals for help.

If you know what happened to a missing person, we would like to hear from you. Their families need to know what happened to their loved ones. Whether you were involved in the person’s disappearance or not, there comes a time when you realise that pretending there is nothing you can do is just not good enough. You need to be able to sleep at night too.

Why should you call us? Impartial just wants the information. Remember, we are not the police. We do not want to detain anyone and take them in for questioning. You may call us day or night and we will not ask you questions.

You have information about a Scottish missing person? Please call now:

Freephone:  0800 832 1678

24-hour voicemail only. No human answer.

No one will ever answer. It’s voicemail only. You may leave your contact details or you may give us the information anonymously. It’s your choice. But please, do it … 

Or email:  tipoff@mm.st

You should also call CrimeStoppers UK anonymously if crime is involved.

If you are a missing person, you should ring either the police on 101, or 999 if it is an emergency. Otherwise, call the charity Missing People on 116 000 for the best advice.

Prefer to discuss the matter with one of our investigators? See here.

Last updated: 3 September 2020

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