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go missing

To disappear. My diamond earrings have gone missing, and I want the entire staff to be interrogated! A: "How did the dog go missing?" B: "I don't know, he must have wiggled under the fence in the backyard."
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Iryna Pona, policy manager at The Children's Society, said: "When a child goes missing it's often a cry for help, so it's very worrying to see so many young people going missing from care.
Iryna Pona, policy manager at The Chi sago Children's Society, said: "When a child goes missing it's often a cry for help, so it's very worrying to see so many young people going missing from care.
If a child goes missing it's important to spread the message as far and wide as possible and Child Rescue Alert could potentially save their life.
Charity patron Stephen Fry will appear in a short animation and outdoor advertising campaign to encourage people to have their eyes and ears on the ground after a child goes missing.
When someone you love goes missing, you are left with unimaginable, unending heartbreak, confusion, guilt and worry.
When a child or vulnerable adult goes missing the families left behind are absolutely devastated," she said.
Mrs McCann said: "When someone you love goes missing, you are left with unimaginable, unending heartbreak, confusion, guilt, and worry.
She said: "When a child or vulnerable adult goes missing the families left behind are absolutely devastated.
When this money goes missing, domestic violence shelters go missing, sexual assault hot lines go missing, access to protective orders goes missing, investigation and prosecution of crimes go missing, prevention programs go missing - and more importantly, women go missing.
They also called for a follow-up and support service for all asylum-seeking kids after it emerged a foreign child goes missing every week.
Police don't automatically issue appeals for every person who goes every person who goes missing - only those who are vulnerable or who officers believe will come to harm.
We have a successful team which works closely with the police, education and social care in terms of young people who go missing and anybody who goes missing has a risk assessment," she added.
GERRY and Kate McCann hope that Madeleine's "lasting legacy" will be a warning system which will be activated when a child goes missing.
Overseas, when a person goes missing a search will take place which will include the gathering of forensic evidence from a very early stage in the inquiry.