Cold cases from the U.S. are added on a daily basis. We offer thanks to all participating police departments for their assistance! As an individual, you, too, can convince your local police department to take part in Cold Cases Maps! Call, email, or write to encourage them to submit their cold cases to our database.
(CLICK HERE) Explore the Map & Search for Cold Cases in your area!
Search per Location
You can easily search by town, city, or county, as well as by radius, to find more or fewer cold cases in your area. Choose from predefined locations or use geolocation.
Search per Name
To locate a particular cold case, search by name. After, the system automatically will suggest possible names.
Located beneath each article is a PDF icon, which creates a poster that can be printed for placement in public areas.
The participation of law enforcement is essential to creating an accurate and comprehensive database. We ask law enforcement agencies to submit cold cases, update cases as needed, and provide any additional information pertinent to cases.
We are interested in collaborating with organizations to exchange information on missing persons and cold cases.
Cold Cases Maps is updated daily thanks to all participating police departments and district attorneys.
The families of these victims deserve to know what happened to their loved ones, and they need your help. Do you have information that can help crack a cold case?
On February 8, 2018, Cold Cases Maps Inc. became a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
Cold Cases Maps
Cold Cases Maps Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to make one centralized, public database of all U.S. cold cases, including unsolved murders, missing persons (foul play suspected), suspicious deaths, and unidentified remains. Help, share, and bring closure to the families of victims!
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