Locating Missing Persons

For a parent there are few things more painful and difficult to deal with than that of a runaway or missing child. There is an obvious sense of urgency and fear that can only be relieved by finding the child or at least knowing he or she are safe. Adults with parents suffering from Alzheimer’s disease also know the fear and uncertainty when a parent’s whereabouts is unknown.

In addition, there are others who purposefully disappear to avoid debts, judgments or criminal sentences, and who must be located so that justice can be served and finances may be recovered.

Law enforcement agencies should always be contacted initially if a crime is suspected or a loved one is missing. Although most police agencies are well trained and experienced professionals, the current reality is that they are also dealing with issues including, low staffing, limited resources, heavy case loads, and changing priorities. These realities can limit the amount of time and resources allocated to finding a runaway or missing person investigation.

Regardless of why a person has gone missing one of your first steps should always be to contact an experienced private investigator. A private investigator can greatly enhance the probability of locating the missing person in a timely manner.

Hurley Investigative Services, LLC, has more than 30 years of law enforcement and investigative experience. In missing persons cases we will respond to you 24/7, dig relentlessly for any and all evidence leading to the location of the missing person, or child, communicate with you throughout the investigation and always conduct ourselves in a highly professional manner. We have built positive relationships with many municipal, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies, including the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. We have analytical support available enhancing our ability to search the Internet for clues as to where one’s family member may be found at.

Please contact us for a FREE initial consultation at a time. We can provide references and gladly answer any questions you may have. We care about you and understand the impact a missing person or child can have on you.