The reasons for going missing are many and varied and can include mental illness, miscommunication, misadventure, domestic violence, and being a victim of crime.
Below you will find a selection of recently missing people and cases that have yet to be solved after many years in Kraków. Unfortunately, these are just a few of the thousands of people who are currently missing nationwide. Thanks to the ITAKA foundation though, many are found every year. According to the website they are currently searching for over 1000 missing persons and to end on a high note, they have found over 15000 missing persons over the years.
“Help us find them – search through our database, print out a poster and contact us if you possess any information regarding missing people. Perhaps you have walked past a missing person or seen one in a bus, the tube or a zebra crossing. It is important to remain cautious, even outside Poland. Our database consists of images and information about people that have been declared missing to appropriate services and ITAKA foundation, both in Poland and abroad.”
In case you want to report a person missing or indeed have some information, you will find the helpline numbers at the bottom of this article. Alternatively search through the database of missing persons.
Ryan Paweł Stuglik
He was lost in 2015. He was two months old then. According to the patriot24.net portal, the child was kidnapped at the airport in Dublin.
The girl was most likely abducted by her father who is also missing. Her mother is looking for her and has not heard from her since the day she went missing.
Employees and volunteers of ITAKA Foundation are on duty on the Help-Line, including weekends. They are ready to help in a case of one’s disappearance. Each of us can receive a report and advice on how to plan a search on your own and what to expect from the police. Calling the same number you can also receive support of a psychologist, attorney or a social worker.
- 801 24 70 70 – for Orange Polska stationary numbers the fee is for one impulse from every place in Poland, regardless of the conversations time
- 22 654 70 70 – for stationary numbers in Poland
- 00 48 22 654 70 70 – when calling from outside Poland
- +48 22 654 70 70 – for mobile phones
Phone number 801 is not available for mobile phones connected to T-Mobile and PLUS GSM. Relief line 801 is operational thanks to Telekomunikacja Polska.
NUMBER 116 000 – in case of a missing child or a teenager
116 000 – a line for missing children works 7 days a week. It is available from any part of the country, from any mobile phone and any stationary phone.
The 116 000 line was launched thanks to Telekomunikacja Polska (currently Orange Polska)