missing people that were foundPrivate investigators go to great lengths to locate missing people, and under extraordinary circumstances, these investigations can lead to a news story. The following are examples of people that have been found through the use of a private investigation service.

A five year old child found 12 years after abduction

In a recent story, a five year old girl went missing 12 years ago and was only recently found in Mexico. It was believed that her mother kidnapped her as she disappeared after spending a weekend with her mother. Her mother disappeared at the same time. Gregory Allen, the father, enlisted the services of a private investigator to find his daughter Sabrina. The mother was arrested and the now-17 year old girl was found, taken into custody by the Mexican police on an anonymous tip, most likely from the private investigator.

Missing teenage girl found

A Louisville, Kentucky, private investigator found a teenage runaway who had been missing for five months. This was in November of 2013. Jasmin was 15 years old when she went missing. After a school day, she never came home on the bus. The father was frantic, but there was little to go on, and the local police offered limited assistance because teenage runaways are not given a high priority. However, a private investigator was able to track her down. She wanted to come home, but she thought she would be in too much trouble. It’s a good thing the P.I. found her when he did, because Jasmin was found in a seedy part of town around dangerous criminal types and drug dealers.

A mother finds her biological son

Although it is common for adoptive children to seek out their biological parents, there are also many cases where a mother gave up her child reluctantly in her youth only to want to find out about her child years later.

A woman named Jarrett Kroll was trying to locate her child that she has given up for adoption 34 years earlier. Adoption agencies refused to help her, but a private investigator was able to find her biological son. Living in San Francisco at the time, Kurt Sonderegger received a phone call informing him of his biological mother, and they were able to meet for the first time as adults. Our investigative routinely finds children and parents separated by adoption even after many years.

We can find lost relatives and friends for you. We have found birth mothers for adopted children and siblings that have not been heard from in years. Even if you have tried long and hard to find someone with no luck, you may be surprised at the results of our service. We have skills and resources the average person does not have, and although people are usually not found in a day, we often can locate people quickly. Give us a call to discuss your situation and the person you are trying to locate, and we will let you know how we can help.

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Bruce Robertson

Bruce Robertson is a private investigator and founder of Tristar Investigation, California’s premiere detective agency. Bruce is also a media commentator for the investigation industry, featured in the New York Times, CNN, History Channel, MSNBC, Los Angeles Times and many more. You can find him on Google+ LinkedIn and YouTube.