Why do hundreds of thousands of people go missing in the UK every year?

Posted on April 19th, 2017 by Sarah Gallienne

Why do hundreds of thousands of people go missing in the UK every year?

Almost half of people who go missing in the UK are aged between 15 and 21.

Although the majority are found safe and well, the National Crime Agency (NCA) says it’s important to understand why and stop it happening again.

“Going missing is a symptom that something’s wrong. “The reasons why people go missing are quite complex.”

Last year more than 300,000 calls were made to police in England, Scotland and Wales reporting someone missing.

Almost two thirds of people go missing intentionally, but that doesn’t mean they want to.

Typically, they are trying to escape problems with relationships, money or their own wellbeing.

Up to eighty per cent of people who go missing have mental health problems.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/35890068/why-do-hundreds-of-thousands-of-people-go-missing-in-the-uk-every-year

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