Nhu Phan is mentioned on page 44 of The Big Issue magazine’s 1369th edition. The Big Issue list 5 or 6 people every week that are currently listed as missing on the Missing People website, http://www.missingpeople.org.uk
Nhu Pan was 15 years old when she was last seen in Hornchurch, Essex, UK on the 22nd June 2018.
I enclose a link to her profile on the Missing Persons website.
Details have been released on the UK Missing Persons Unit website of a young to middle aged , slim, male body having been found in Osterley Gardens, Chevy Road, Southall, Ealing, London. The man’s body was discovered on 12th June this year, 2019.
The gentleman’s teeth were in a very poor condition and he had a notable scar to the right hand side of his head.
For anyone who might be in a position to help identify this man please follow the link below. Thank you.
Sixteen year old Kevin Hicks from Addiscombe near Croydon in South London went down to his local shop at about 8.30 on the evening of March 2nd 1986 to buy some eggs. He was potentially sighted around 10 pm the same evening in the local area. But to this day the whereabouts of Kevin and what happened to him that night have never been discovered. That was over thirty years ago.
Alexandra, Kevin’s sister has never given up on her brother and campaigns tirelessly for answers. She has a facebook page, a twitter feed, and has spoken to the media many times over many years.
I do hope she finds the answers she and her family and friends so deserve.
Taking the tram from New Addington in Surrey on Friday 14th June this year I came across a discarded Daily Mirror newspaper. Over the years the Daily Mirror regularly share details of people who are listed on the ‘missing people’ website. https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/
Amanda Santos was last seen in Essex on June 17th, 2016, when she was 18 years old.
…is dedicated to holding those that are Missing, and the Families and Friends of those that are Missing, in the highest possible light.
It is dedicated to attempting to help assist those looking for Loved Ones and Friends.
It is dedicated to attempting to help locate those that are Missing, in the safest, quickest and most sensible way possible, whilst at the same time paying great attention to the will of the Person who is actually Missing.
People have every right to disappear if they wish too. However, those that are looking for loved ones have an equal right to search, (in my opinion).
It is very much hoped that the work of this website will benefit the Missing Persons Field and not hinder it. So long as it benefits it, it will continue to function. Should it hinder it, the website will cease to exist.
This website will work with minimal social media help or exposure. It will be run through information found in newspapers, through posters seen in public areas, through word of mouth, through travels around the UK and Europe and through contact via this website.
For the time being I will be sharing the details of a maximum of ten UK Citizens that have gone missing either in the UK or in Europe.