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National Missing Persons Week 2023

August 3, 2023 9:31 am in by
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This National Missing Persons Week, Police say new information could be key in bringing families closure and solving decades-old cases.

There are more than 2500 long-term missing persons in Australia — including Allan Whyte and Maureen Braddy who went missing on the evening of Saturday 23 November 1968, after attending a dance at the YMCA Hall in Mundy Street, Bendigo.

CEO of the Missed Foundation, Loren O’Keeffe, said this Missing Persons Week is crucial to raising awareness and helping loved ones.

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