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Exhibit 1. Active NamUs Missing Person (MP) Cases by State

Description

The graphic shows the number of missing person cases published in NamUs, by state, as of February 1, 2017.

State Number of Missing Person Cases
Alabama 167
Alaska 172
Arizona 816
Arkansas 181
California 1,685
Colorado 277
Connecticut 177
Delaware 56
District of Columbia 30
Florida 1,064
Georgia 223
Hawaii 90
Idaho 92
Illinois 244
Indiana 158
Iowa 82
Kansas 80
Kentucky 209
Louisiana 231
Maine 38
Maryland 176
Massachusetts 114
Michigan 520
Minnesota 171
Mississippi 97
Missouri 288
Montana 63
Nebraska 55
Nevada 179
New Hampshire 27
New Jersey 257
New Mexico 115
New York 549
North Carolina 294
North Dakota 31
Ohio 308
Oklahoma 211
Oregon 372
Pennsylvania 317
Rhode Island 18
South Carolina 167
South Dakota 20
Tennessee 239
Texas 940
Utah 91
Vermont 53
Virginia 221
Washington 589
West Virginia 65
Wisconsin 133
Wyoming 45
   
U.S. Territories  
  • Guam
0
  • Puerto Rico
18
  • Saipan
2
  • Virgin Islands
12

Total Missing Person Cases

12,832