What happens when someone goes missing? | 5 News

Published on 19 Mar 2019, 11:53
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► Every year, over 180,000 ordinary men, women and children just simply disappear - from their families, their friends and their lives. In 'Missing: Britain's Lost People', we hear what that feels like for those left behind and we hear from those tasked with trying to find missing people.

Claudia-Liza Armah is joined by three people whose lives have been touches in some way by missing people:
- Ben Moore's brother Tom disappeared in 2003;
- Jo Youle is the chief executive of the charity Missing People;
- Ann Coffey is an MP who leads the parliamentary group on missing people.

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