In June, the following was published by the NPS:
A Jackson resident who recently returned from an international trip came forward with new information.
The reporting party said they saw McLaughlin on […]
Despite Donald’s backpack being located two miles east of Vero Beach at 12:18 p.m. on Saturday, authorities have suspended the search for Mr. Waters after more than 7,100 square nautical miles have been searched […]
We have updated Missing NPF to latest version of the Platform. There was some slight difficulty in utilizing the dynamic search which has been addressed and fixed.
A dynamic search has been added to the main menu. This search function does not replace the case file search area (to the top left, to the right of “Missing NPF”) but will serve to fast-track the search function for all site content, including case updates which have been migrated into comments/reviews inside each case file.
Hi all! We’re making some changes to the way we distribute case updates. From now, all updates will be posted as a comment/review inside the particular case that updates relates to. We find that this will be the simplest way to dynamically update the platform, while centralizing the data in a way that is easy to digest. As such, the “UPDATES”…[Read more]
Hi Lauren. Yes, this is a known issue that we are currently addressing. Thank you so much for your comment, and we hope this issue will be resolved very soon. Thanks for visiting!
Adding Tom Simonseth to our case files on Sunday, after gathering more information. According to a public Facebook post: “Tom Simonseth, missing person as of 7pm yesterday (5/22/21). Last seen yesterday at 2pm on the trail, his vehicle located today on the Forest Service road leading to the Hidden Lake Lookout Trailhead – this is all east of…[Read more]
Routing reviews will no longer be listed as “updates.” We will comment/review the file individually, and you will see the results of our review in the comment section of each case file.
We are considering activating a “Sources” listing, which will list all sources connected to the cases we list in our database. Once we have identified a way forward, “sources” will be able to claim their listing on Missing NPF, and create a story listings connected to their source. This is very much still a “concept” and not in active development.
Entities has now been officially rolled out. We are working to populate this section as quickly as possible, but we will likely be finished with those we have currently listed on/about 7/2021.
We are looking into a story posted by a Twitter follower. The URL: https://www.pe.com/2021/05/26/missing-in-the-mountains-4-families-ache-for-those-lost/?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_content=tw-pressenterprise&utm_medium=social – @judaea-red
All updates posted in groups you are a part of, or general discussions not associated with any particular group that you have access to see, will appear on this “activity” timeline.
We are working to streamline the communication process between users and visitors; changes may take place over the course of the next month or so. Thank you for your…[Read more]
As part of our commitment to provide as much meaningful information as possible, I will be adding a section to each case file that outlines which law enforcement entity has investigative authority for that case. […]
A previous comment made was deemed spam, disruptive to effective communication, and has been deleted as a result.
Our database has been populated with over 200 “last known” and “found” locations. The small Missing NPF team is currently working on populated cover images for these records.
If you would like to contribute, […]
I have relocated the comment section on each record. Instead of clicking “comments” or “reviews,” you are now able to interact with this section directly from the overview section. On both desktop and mobile […]
You are now able access all areas of Missing NPF with your Google or Facebook account.
Simply click “Login,” choose the applicable platform and sign in with your already-existing details.
If you encounter […]