Any information vital to help crack missing person cases
We're being encouraged to report any information we might have about a missing person to police.
That's the call from authorities this National Missing Persons week.
More than 2500 people are currently on Australia's long-term missing persons list, meaning they've been missing for more than three months.
There are currently two people on the missing register who were last seen across the Mackay region.
Danny Walker was last seen in Mackay on 21 May 2008 and spoke to family members by phone a few days later, indicating he may travel to Tasmania in a maroon Subaru Sports wagon, believed to be accompanied by his dog "Coffee".
The other, Michael Devitt who on 26th January 2010 was at Proserpine's Grand Central Hotel where he exchanged heated words with an unknown person at the hotel pub. He attended work in Cannonvale as expected the following day, but this is the last known sighting.
Jay Brogden also remains on the list after he was last seen at Cannonvale 21 April 2007. His body's yet to be found despite police charging two men with his suspected murder.
Jodie McEwan from the Australian Federal Police's National Missing Persons Coordination Centre says the smallest detail can make all the different to a police investigation.
"Whether they think they seen somebody of that profiling who is our missing person or whether they have any information about a missing person in the time just prior to their disappearance, all of that information is very helpful to police,"Ms McEwan says.
"Please contact crime stoppers on 1800 333 000 and provide that information.
"It will then be passed onto police and that piece of information might just make the difference to an investigation and help find some answers."