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Joanna suffers from depression. She was last seen on Bogatki near Warsaw where she has a small plot of land. She told her friend she was on her way back to Warsaw and walked towards the bus stop. Nobody knows if she had caught the bus.
Zbigniew is mentaly challanged and he was looked after by his sister. His neighbours often employed him to do some physical work. On July 4 a circus came to town, and Zbigniew was last seen helping putting up the circus tent.
Wladyslaw is suffereing from memory loss. He had been living with his sister since hif wife's death, but he would return to his flat regularly. Sometimes he would return to his sister's after a few days of wandering around. When his sister locked him up, he would escape through a window. Wladyslaw left home without money and documents.
Michal left the house in the evening to see his friend. They parted around midnight, but Michal never came back home. He did have problems at school.
Grzegorz worked as a mechanic in the Provincial hospital in Gorzow Wielkopolski. He then lived at the hospital. He came back from home earlier that weekend to Gorzow. He was seen in the hospital on Monday, but he did not show up for work. After a while, his parents received a letter from him, informing them that he was going overseas and that he would be in touch with them soon, which he has not done yet.
He left his house on June 10. He was seen in Czestochowa a few times within a month, then he vanished.
Tadeusz left his property aroun one o'clock. He told his son and mother-in-law that he was going to have a nap. He was carrying no documents on the day of disappearance.
At that time, Wojtek's relationship with his father was very bad. He failed his school exams ( technical High School) and he was afraid to tell his father, thus decided to run away from home. His friends would see him often in the area of Jelenia Gora i Cieplice. His family had thought that when the holiday period was over he would come back home. It has been 17 years now, and Wojtek has not contacted his family.
Jadwiga left her house early in the morning without being noticed by anyone. She did not take any personal belongings with her nor money. She left four children /3 sons and a daughter/, and a husband. Intesive search did not bring any results. The sons and husband want to find their monther and wife.
Krzysztof went outside and disappeared. He left his ID and mobilel phone at home.
Cezary left home at 4 in the morning and has not been seen since. His parents claim that he was emotionally attached to his four year old daughter, and that he would never leave her. He was going through a divorce with his wife. He had good opinion at work, and was well liked by his collegues. He did not drink or smoke.
Wojciech, influenced by his friend, went to Rome to work. He first worked in a circus and lived in his friend's house together with other Poles from the same vilage. After two months he was in an accident /an elephant picked him up and threw him on the ground/. After some time he told his friend he was away from Rome, somewhere where noone would find him. That is the story accoirndg to Wojciech's friend. The family does not believe in it. The parents think someone hurt him. If he could he would contact his mother and sisters, as they claim.
Malgorzata left for work at 5.30. She has never reached the bus stop which is 500 meters away from home. She has two children.
Krzysztof Broda case solved
Gdańsk nie żyje
He left his home without any document nor money. He said he would be back in 15 minutes. His family thinks he was being blackmailed.
Joanna studied economics at the University of Gdansk. She was just about to leave for a yearly scholarship to Italy. On the day she disappeared she said to her parents she was going out to a disco. As it turned out later, she boarded a ferry to Sweden, and that is where she was seen last. She was allegedly seen in Sweden and Italy, but that information was not confirmed.
Boleslaw went to London with his son in order to find work. He is retired and suffers from epilepsy. He did not take anything with him except for his ID. He also did not own a mobile and had no money. His son returned home after a few days, and told his family he left his father at a station in London, as there were no seats on the bus to Poland.
Lech lived alone, but often visited his sister for lunch. when he did not show up she went to his apartment. All his house plants were dried, his bed was not made and it looked as if he had left only for a moment.
Stanislaw lived alone, and had a drinking problem. He spent his days hanging out with his friends in front of a localshop. That is where he was seen last around midday.
Stefania fainted on the street and was taken to a hospital in Biała Podlaska. Onve she had her head stiched up she left the ER department and disappeared.
Aleksander left Ukraine and came to Poland in 1998. He was working on the teritorry of province of Lubelskie building headstones. In 2002 his mother received a message that her son's passport was found, but nobody knows what happened to Aleksander.
Tomek was playing with his friends near his house. He was looked after by his father, while his mother was at work. When she came back home, her son was gone. In spite of intensive search he was not found. His parents and brother believe that Tomek is alive and that he will come back home.
Magda contacted her sister in Lodz for the last time on April 8. She iformed her that together with her Russian friend she was going to the USA to work as a waitress. Most probably in 2002 she was in Toronto /she personally picked up her driver's license/, but she did not contact her husband, little daugher or father who lives there. According to the police and a private detective, she bever crossed the border with Canada officialy and she did not show up for her driver's test after 4 years. She has not contacted her beloved father. The family thinks that Magda found some bad company she met while working in bars.
Jerzy was supposed to visit his brother in Mlawa. He took the train. He reached Warsaw, his phone registered activity near the Old Town. In his last phone conversation with his brother he said he had problems with his leg. His family has not heard from him since.
A few days before his disapeparance, Rafal came from Olsztyn to Stawiguda, where his father runs a tyre repair shop. During his stay he helped his father in the shop, did some gardening, and often went on bicycle rides in the countryside. On the day of his disappearance he went on a trip towards the Lansk forests. When he did not returned after a few hours, the search commenced, but to no vein.
Alicja left home early in the morning. She was seen on a bus from Burzenin to Sieradz at 9.30. She most probably got off the bus in Sieradz on Targowa Street and she could have gone to the local market. A woman who had seen her claims she was in good health and had a pleasant conversation. In spite of a wide search she has not been seen since then.
When he left the house, Miroslaw said he was going to the store. He has been retired for a few years now, and spent most of his time at home. He was not sick, and the family claims he had no problems.
Pawweł Grzegorz Domaradzki
Paweł had an accident while at work five years ago. After 12 months his doctors ddecided that he was capable of coming back to work, but he had problems with finding a new job. His main hobby was bulding minature planes. He left the house after an argument with his mother. He recently suffered from depression.
Zbigniew Drzewiecki case solved
Zbigniew left the house around 11 in the morning, as he was meeting a friend. He never got there.
Wanda Dupel z d.Gaweł case solved
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Wanda left her family /four children in the age from 11 to 17/ on the night of June 22, 1991. The reason of her disappearance were family and work problems. The children were raised by the grandmother and the father. Until 2000, Wanda did not contact her family. In 2001, the family received a latter from a lawyer who summoned Wanda Gawel /she uses her maiden name under which she is registered in the viallge of Munin near Jaroslaw/ to pay the fine for travelling on the city transport in Czestchowa without a valid ticket. Next year the family recieved information from the Local Emergency Unit in Czestochowa requesting Wanda's NIP or PESEL number. The daughter asked from more information on the mother and she was told that Wanda was treated for burns on her arm. Unfortunately, the mother's current address could not been established. The daughter is hoping to contact her mother thanks to the show.
Bronislaw was on holidays in the village of Wilcze near Wolsztyn. he went for a walk with his dog at 6 in the morning. Around 8 he was seen in the village of Obra Dolna where he asked for directions. It is said he followed the road in the right direction, but he never reached his holiday hostel. In spite of an intensive search, he was not found.
Janusz is retired and he suffers from diabetes. Recently he has been living on his own, and his mother came to see him on the day of his disappearance. She found the entrance door open, the light on the washing was soaking in the bathroom, but nobody knows what happened to Janusz.
Agnieszka was a single mum. On the day of her disapperance, she took her child to pre-school, but did not show up for work. Her friends informed her mother.
Andrzej often went to France for work, but he always stayed in touch with his family and life partner. In March 2002 his partner died, and Andrzej was informed about it by a telegram. When he was leaving for the funeral, his friends took him to the bus station. He has not reached Poland, and no one knows about his whereabouts.
Edmund Ferlas case solved
Edward was in a good physicall condition. He did shopping in near by shop, went to the cemetary at noon, and he would return home at around 2 pm. When he did not show up for lunch his wife started looking for him. After a few hours she informed the police.
Teresa was last seen at 2 pm in the area of Klikowska in Tarnow. She was wearing a green jacket and a beret with a beighe skirt. she might have lost her memory.
Sławomir Tomasz Firuta
Slawek is a drug addict. His parents tried everything to stop him from taking drugs, but he kepst escaping from the rehabs, he stole from his parents, he then starting stealing outside of the house, and he was caught. Aftre six months, his father pulled him out of priseon. Slawek was to return to prison after a while. He started taking drugs again, and run away to Warsaw with his friends. He was stopped by the police on the Warsaw Central Train Station, but he was released. Nobody knows what he did after that. His parents have got no news about his whereabouts. He was not stopped by the police since.
Jerzy left home in the morning. He told his family he was going for a medical check-up to Lublin, but he never got there. Some people next daye say he was seen the next day in the next village on a bus stop, but he didn't come home and he hasn't contacted his family.
Krzysztof has been living in a Social Home in Rokitno for the past three years. He was last seen in the village of Przytoczna around 4 pm while raking leaves around the church. In spite of immediate search he was not found. He has problems hearing and does not speak much as he is mentally disabled. He smokes a lot of cigarettes.
Anna has been diagnosed with the Alzheimer\'s disease. She was suffering from memory loss, but she functioned well. She had no support from her husband who didn\'t know how to handle her.
Krzysztof left for Italy for work together with his wife. After a while he seperated from his wife, he lost his job and was living with the homeless. In spite of his wife's requests he did not return to Poland with his wife. The family does not understand why he chose to be homeless. Nobody had heard from him for three years.
Malgorzata, in the months before her disappearance, was going through a difficult patch. She was worried about her work / she worked as a teacher in a pre-school for mentally handicapped children/, .e.g. she was taking badly the effort put into the classes, improper parents reaction /she thought the parents blamed her for children's bad behaviour, etc. During the last teachers' meeting, she said she would leave work as of January. When asked what she would do, she said she would sell carrots. Just recently, the family received information about Malgorzata being seen in the area of the train station in Gliwice accompanied by a man. The police prepared a schetch portrait based on witnesses' testimonies.
Krystyna lived on her own. In spite of her Parkinson's disease, and serious brain demage, she did not agree to be placed in a Nursing Home. On the day opf her disapperance she cam to visit her youngest daughter, who was at work at that time. She spoke to her son in law who invited her inside and insisted on her waiting for her daughter. She refused, and she was seen by her son in law while walking to a tram spot. She has not returned home ans she has not contacted her family since. The search brought no results.
Maciej did not work and was on a pension due to health reasons. He lived with his parents who were also very sick. He would read a lot, listen to music and went for walks with his dog. One day he left home with a small bag and disappeared.
Jozef lived alone since his mother's death. His sister was told by his neighbours about his disappearance. He is retired with his own small business trading spare car parts.
Wirginia lived alone in Sosowiec Maczki. Recently, she often wandered away from home, walked around the neighbourhood, used to sit in the area of the train station, walked around the near- by forests. She mentioned she wanted to go to Munich to visit a restaurant where she worked duirng the war. He daughter organised for her to eat lunches at the nearest school, she also visited her mother once a week and brought her shopping, cooked and cleaned. In spite of all that, the woman often walked around the neighbours and asked for food. She was last seen in the area of Maczki, on the cargo and goods train station as she was crossing the train tracks. Neither the family or the police know where she went and where she is now.
Josef retired in 1989, but in 1996 he was diagnosed with the Parkinson's diseas. His condition was getting worse, but his medicine allowed him to function well. On July 24 this year he went out for a stroll in the early afternoon, but soon after he left the house his family notowariced his disaperance. They started looking in the near-by are /railway station, tram and bus stops, railway tracks of the Julisz coal milne. He was nowhere to be found. The ralway track personnel saw Josef going towards the house, and one of the survaillance camera installed in the area recorded Josef. The search has brought no result so far, and Josef cannot fucntion properly without his medication.
Dorota worked at the local market. She did not come back from work. She had asked a friend if she could spend the night at her place.
Adam escaped from the Psychiatric Hospital on Sobieskiego Street in Warsaw, he had no money or documents. He needs immediate care.
Jan left home early in the morning. Most probably he intended to go to the market in Bedzin. He occassionaly suffered from memory loss.
Paweł Mirosław Głogowski
Pawel left his house in the morning to organize some paperwork relating to his new job. He was last seen on a bus stop on Kollataja Street in Bedzin.
Damian was brought to the General Hospital on Juraszow Street in Poznan by an ambulance around 16,00. According to the ER staff, he becam agressive around 22,00, he would not reveal his family address, and he left the hospital angry.
In the early hours of the morning, Jozef went berry picking to the nearest forest without informing the brother he lived with. he didn't return home in the evening and the search began. While looking for Jozef, his brother found out that he was in front of the shop before noon, and then walked to the next village, where he enetreed a small farm, asked for water and offered his help in putting up a fence. Jozef's bahaviour was strange to the residence and after a short conversation they let him go. At the end of the day he was seen by the wife of the village chairman from Osolin on the road to Wolowo, about twenty kilometers from the village he lived in. Jozef has not contacted his family since. His body has never been found. During filming of the programme in the forest where Jozef most probably was, a plastic bag was found together with cups and a jar he took with him when he went berry picking.
Zbigniew and his wife had a fruit and veggie stall, and on the day of disapperance he was celebrating his friends name's day there. He spoke to his wife around 15.00. A few minutes after 21.00, Zbigniew's son went to pick him up from the market, but he couldn't find him. He found out that he was seen walking towards the car park. Earlier he slept on a bench near the bar. His hat was later found there. Zbigniew's brother heard that he was picked up by a brown Polonez, but no one has seen him or heard from him since.
Beata decided to work overseas due to financial reasons. She was having problems with paying off loans, and she was also supporting three children, so both her and her husband started looking for employment overseas, and they found an add for fruit and vegetable picking in Italy. The husband passed on the offer. The children were given to the grandparents, Beata's parents. Her son and husband took her to the station in Jaworzyna Slaska from where she went to Kielce and from there she was to take a coach of an unknown company to Italy. she contacted her children and husband in the first weeks of her stay in Italy /she left at the end of February last year/. Her last phone call was to her work collegue asking her to extend her holiday leave. When she found out that it was impossible she stopped calling her family and friends. According to Beata's husband she most probably called her brother on Christmas Eve last year. The children are missing her mother, especially the youngest son. Her husband says she probably decided to stay in Italy while her parents are saying that something bad must have happened to her.
Pawel had been dreaming about going overseas to work for a long time. His parents first thought that he should first finish his studies. Nobody really thought that he would leave, nevertheless, Pawel was getting ready for such trip. None of the relatives knew about it or noticed it. His family cannot understand why he is not making any contact with them.
Leszek Marian Janowski
Leszek, due to his illness, was on a long-term sick leave. He often visited doctors and took various medication to which his body did not always react well. He left in the middle of the night, unnoticed. After a few days it turned out that he was seen in the morning wearing only pijamas and slippers walking ono the streets towards Poznan. It was below 10 degrees. In spite of a wide search he was not seen.
Daniel is a citizen of Sweden. He flew to Gdansk for two days. He has blue eyes, he is 193 cm tall, and he weighs 115 kg.
Mirosław Dawid Jasiński
Mirek had problems at home and at school. Recently he was abrupt and reserved. His parents thought he did not like school (post office clerk). He was not accepted in his class and his new hair style, dread locks was laughed at. A few days before his disappearance he cleared the hard disc of his computer. he was last seen at the market square in Krosno around 18.00. Nobody has seen him since, and he did not establish contact with his family.
Paweł Piotr Jaskot case solved
Pawel disappeared in Dabki (province of Zachodniopomorskie). His belongings were found on a beach.
Helena suffers from the Altzhaimer's disease. She lived alone. On the day she disappeared, she went for a walk with her dog, and she never returned home. In spite of an intensive search she was not found. Her dog was found in a local pound after a week.
Maciej Grzegorz Jurewicz
Maciej was depressed when his life partner left him with their two children, as well as due to an accident he had at work (machine cut off the fingers of his lfet hand), and he could not find work. He did not want to return to his previous work, as they claimed the accident was his fault. On the day of his disapperance he packed his bags and left the house without saying a word. After w few weeks someone who was mushroom picking found his bag in the forest together with his documents. He has not contacted his family since.
Marek left home to visit his girlfriend. Two days later he called his mother and told her he would be back in the morning. That was the last contact.
Mieczyslaw left for work in the morning . He was late for his tram and he was picked up by a random car. He never reached work. He was wandering around the village of Igolomia ( several kilometers from Nowa Huta), and nobody seen him since. He has been having some health problems recently.
Grzegorz left for Italy in 2003. He worked in Rome in a construction company. He then had worked at the railway station in rome for six months, and left for Bari. He has not contacted his family since.
Marcin left home without anything. He did not saying anything about where he was going.
Beata worked in Warsaw. She left her work after 12, and she was meeting a friend at 15.00. She never made it to the meeting. Her phone was last used in Radzymin, and has been turned off since.
Justna is a student of the Agricultural Academy in Szczecin. While she was leaving home she told her mother she was going to school and that she would be back in two days, but she never reached school and no one has seen her since.
Zofia had problems with walking. She loved the forest, but she had not visited one for five years, as her family told her not to go alone, and nobody had time to accompany her. At the beginning of October everyone was talking about mushroom picking, and as it was Zofia's passion she decided to go to the forest alone. A Czaplinek citizen met her in the forest and asked for directions. Nobody knows where she went and which road she chose. wide search brought no result.
Grzegorz has been suffering from epilepsy for many years. Due to his reoccuring attacks he received a pension for the time of one year. After that time, he was presumed healthy and ready for work. He could not find work in Walbrzych, and in November 2003 he found work in the Scoda factory in Ostrava. At the end of 2004 he was released due to his attacks. After a short stay in a hospital, he came back to his hotel and wanted to go home, but he never did.
Malgorzata was last seen in her flat in Gdynia by her neighbour, who visited her around 11 that day. The neighbour claims that Malgorzata was packing bags due to her family travelling to visit her sister for the weekend in the country. Nobody has seen Malgorzata since then, and her 7-year-old daughter and husband remained at home. The next day, the husband took the daughetr to her auntie in the country, and left for a weeks long sea journey. Malgorzata's disappearance was reported by her sister who lives over 250km from Gdynia. In spite of all the family efforts to find her, no traces have been found.
Accoriding to her sister and neighbour, Malgorzata took her daughter to school that morning. When she came back back, she stayed at home until early afternoon. her husband claims that around 14.30 she went to see her neighbour ( one floor down). The neighbour claims that she could not have come to see her, as she was out for a walk with her mother in Sopot. Nobody Malgorzata that day. The daughter was picked up from school by her father. Around 18.30 the husband started looking for his wife by first talking to the naighbour. two days later he dropped the daughter off at his wife's sister's place near Lomza, and went on a sea journey. Malgorzata's disappearance was reported by her sister. She has no possibility of talking to her husband as he is away at sea.
Rafal was an inmate at a juvenile detention in Laskowiec, from which he was release on a Christmas pass. After Christmas he went to visit his friend in Warsaw who claims that after a week's stay at her place, Rafal got on a bus to Mragowo. He has not contacted his family since, neither has he contacted the detention center.
Liliana took her daughters to the house of their father as she did every weekend. She was supposed to stay there till Sunday. The children\'s father claims she left his place on a Sunday evening to visit her friends and did not come back. The family does not believe she would leave her children behind as she was emotionally attached to them.
On the evening of his disaperance Maciej went to his friend's birthday party. His friends claim that he left the party soon after 10 pm. Allegedly someone saw him walking on the side of the road talking on his mobile. he has never reached home. Search commenced by the police and his family brought no results. he is 175 cm tall, short hair and green eyes.
She left the house without taking personal belongings. The probable cause of her disappearance were conflicts with the family.
In the last few months, Stanslaw had been supervising renovations in his daughter's new flat, and they both had a few arguments about it. He felt extremely responsible for the works. He reacted with agression to each mistake the workers had made and his daughter's attitude to the matter. He was often very disheartened about the political situation in Poland. His daughter and wife think he left the family on purpose. He did not get sick and never left his home without family knowing about it. The family and the police search was not successful.
The day before his disappearance, Czeslaw fell over in his bathroom and hit his head and fainted. His wife called the paramedics, but Czeslaw refused to go the the hospital. After a few hours CZeslaw did not remember his accident and the paramedics. The next day he went for a walk to the near-by park and disappeared.
Stanislaw left Malomice for Warsaw to look for work. He regularly contacted his family, sent money and occassionaly visited his parents in Szprotawa. Last time he called his mother he asked for money as his employed stopped paying. His mother informed him that his wife had filed for divorce. he stopped calling, and his family does not know his contact number nor his address.
Zygmunt Krych case solved
Zygmunt suffers from the Altzheimer's disease. He was carrying his ID and a telephone number for his family on him.
Jerzy suffers from memory loss. He left home dressed in sports trousers and a checked shirt. The search brought no result.
Janina was going through a difficult time in her life. While working for "Provident", she was used by her boss /together with 60 other people from villages and towns near-by/ by taking out a loan for him on her name, which he did not pay. Then, to help the financial situation at home / she was not working, and her husband lost a wll pad job/ she would take out small loans in banks. She forced her parents to give her loans, which she didn't pay. Her husband found out about it, and demanded her to stop and pay off her debts. On February 24 she informed her mother she was going into Pajeczna to put in her tax declaration, and then she was to go to Czestochowa to visit a friend and she was to come back home in the evening. The youngest son stayed with her mother. Nobody has seen her since, and the whole family wants her back.
Adam had been living and worked in Scotland in Aberdeen. He was a keen fisherman. On Janury 10 he took his girl to work early in the morning, while he went fishing. When he did not come home, the search commenced. After a few days his car was found without any fishing equipment. He has not been found since.
He left the hospital in Bartoszyce upon his free will, leaving all his documents behind.
Jolanta lived on his own. she worked as a babysitter. On the day of her disappearance, she did not reach work in the morning and her employer could not contact her. Police were informed, but the search brought no results.
Zbigniew worked as a security guard in a Biedronka supermarket in the near-by Skalbmierza. A few days previous to his disapearance he signed an employment contract and he was proud and happy. On the day of his disapearance, he left work before noon and never came home. Accorindg to the police, he reached his home village. He was seen in the area of the local milk shop.
Wladyslaw left home unnoticed between 3.30 and 4.00 in the morning. He sufferes from Alzheimer\'s disease. In spite of intensive search conducted by the police, family and neighbours, he was not found. His family contacted a psychic, but that was also unsuccessful.
Ryszard Rafał Lipiec case solved
Ryszard worked in Warsaw. He visited his family in September. He said he had to go back to Warsaw as his employer hadn't paid him his salary and he wanted to get it back. None of his friends know what is going on with him. His mother and sister only want him to get in touch and tell them his alive. He doesn't have a criminal record and didn't have an accident.
Halina left for Italy three years ago. She was looking after the elderly and she contacted her family on regular basis. She was to come to Poland in September due to family problems. In spite of her promises she did not show up. She doesn't answer text messages from her husband and she doesn't answer her phone. She is not contacting her children either.
According to her children and sister Maria left her house in the morning of December 17 while her husband was at work. After 8 o\'clock in the morining her husband found a note from his mother with a message that she is leaving and that she can\'t stand it any more, and it will be for better if she goes. As it turned out later, the main reason of her dissapearance was her husband condition known to psychiatrists as \" imagined jelousy\". He led his wife to mental break-down. Maria has grown up children /son and daughter/, whom she tried to help. The children did not think the father\'s behaviour was dangerous. when they tried to talk to their mother she quickly brushed them off. Today they regret they never forced the parents to a serious conversation in front of them. The father feels guilty.
Daniela left home early in the morning. Her son was convinced she left only for a short while and she would be back soon as she promied to look after her granddaughter. She was seen on a bus in the morning, and she talked to her granddson for a while. She said she was on her way to see a doctor. She has never reached a doctor in the area.
She left her daughter's place at around 16.00 and she never reached her house. She suffers from a heart disorder and diabetes.
Jan worked as a driver. When he lost his job, he went to Italy. He occassionaly contacted his family, but he has not done so for over two years.
Maciej Marczak case solved
Maciej left the house when no one was there. None of his friends were able to contact him since then, and he had no set appointments. He took his wallet and his mobile phone. His phone has been unanswered since 10.49 pm. Maciek has been preoccupied with his thesis which he was to finish on January 15. His family is convinced that something bad has happened to him.
She left home and disappeared. Her right hand is stiff and she has a mole under her nose.
On January 16th, this man was found in a hallway of a building and taken to hospital. He is around 160 cm tall, green eyes. When he was found his clothes did not match the season of the year. He was wearing a light coloured blouse, jersey trousers and a think jakcet. He claims his name is Andrzej Witum, but police did not confirm that.
Malgorzata left home without money and ID. She has three children who are now being looked after by her monther in law.
She ran away from home. She took some of her belongings and her parents suspect that she is with a bouyfriend she met on the Internet.
Andrzej has been suffering from epilepsy for a long time. On the day of disappearance he had a fit outside his flat and he was lying outside for almost three hours. None of the passers-by stopped and helped him nor called an ambulance. Andrzej came back home on his own and went to sleep accoridng to his son. When his wife came back home from work she met her husband outside their flat, and he said he was out to have a cigarette and he would be back soon. when he didn't come back after half an hour his wife started to look for him.
Maria lived with here grandson and his family. She often walked around town, did shoppping, went to the cemetary. She was last seen at the market in Zabkowice Slaskie. She did shopping at the local store. nobody knows why she has not come back home.
Tomasz Jacek Mojecki
Tomasz has been working in Germany for many years. First in East Germany, and after the fall of communism, he moved to the area of Hamburg. He would often visit his mother, and he'd spend his holidays in Poland. After some time all cotact with him ended. His family often remembers him. His niece calms his friends often ask about her uncle who is remembered as a good friend. Nobody knows where he is and if he is still alive.
Pawel went to an insurance company in the morning of the day he disappeared. He was to come back within half an hour. he took car documents of his 17-year- old BMW, his ID and around PLN 500. He left his mobile phone behind. In the boot of the car he had his son's pram.
Justyna Mrozek case solved
Justyna had a habit of taking the dog for a walk late in the evening. On the day she disappeared, she left around 9.30 PM. When she did not come back until midnight, her mother tried to contact her on her phone. The girl had two mobile phones on her, but she didn't answer them. The search commenced in the morning. Her parents claim she was kidnapped.
He left home in the morning without telling anyone where he was going. He did not take any personal belongings not documents with him.
He is seriously ill and he has undergone two surgeries. His wife and nine children are waiting for a signal from him.
Błażej Najder case solved
Blazej is a student of the University of Computer Studies in Lodz. He left home in the moring for school, and two days later his briefcase was found on Powisle in Warsaw. As it turned out after his disappearance, he had problems at school. He failed two semesters, and his mother, who was paying the university fees, was not aware of that. His mother and family did whatever they could to find him. He has not contacted his relatives, friends and collegues. Blazej is very characteristic as he is 215 cm tall.
According to his siblings, Boleslaw was employed in the coal mines of Slask, and his recent job included the coal mine in Knorow Szczakow, where he was serving his military service. He lived in the workers' hostel, and his younger brother in the Coal Miner's House near-by. On the night of May 16, 1967, Boleslaw came to see his brother beaten up by, as he claimed, by the ORMO forces. His brother advised him to see the head coal miner on the night shift and asked him to work in the baths. As it turned out later, he never got to work. He also did not return to the hotel. He has not been seen since, neither has he been employed on the teritorry of Slask. In spite of the many years which passed, his family wants to know what happened to Boleslaw.
Marcin has difficulties in establishing contacts with other people, and he has problems with himself. He has no documents on him.
Józef Gabriel Owczarek
Jozef had health problems, and left a note for his son in which he had asked not to look for him.
Two brothers went missing on April 29, 1979 in Stronie Sląskie : 9 year old Andrzej and 7 year old MAriusz. As always they played outside after lunch on Sunday. They were supposed to come back home when Bonanza starts on TV. They did not return. Soon, near-by warehouse belonging to the glass factory storing chemicals went on fire. The brothers were allegedly seen there with matches in their hands. Special group from the Police Department from Walbrzych was conducting the search. A helicopter was used with nocturnal camera, locals were helpful as well. They have not been seen since.
On the day he disappeared, Lukasz got on the train from Szczecin to Lublin at Choszczno. A few minutes past 1 pm he was to get off at the train station in Konin, where his cousin was waiting for him. unfortunately, he did not show up at the station and his phone is silent. Lukasz was wearing a green polar jumper with black stripes, blue jeans and grey-beige shoes. He was also carrying a big navy blue bag with green stripes. He is 190 cm tall, blond hair and blue eyes.
Piotr Paradowski case solved
Piotr and his cousins and a friend have been working legaly in England since April. He often contacted his wife and children. Last time his wife spoke to him on October 21. Piotr's cousins said he took time off and went to another town to look for work. Nobody has been able to contact him since.
Władysław Parzygnat case solved
Wladyslaw had recently been working on a building site in Sobiekursk ( Mazowsze). He is 175 cm tall, slim with dark hair.
Waldemar on leaving the house told his children that he was going for a walk and he would be back in an hour.
According to the daughter's and wife's reports Jan's disappearance is totally unclear for the family. On March 9, he took his dog for a walk in the morning. After the walke he returned home. He brought the dog and left. His wife was sure he'd be back soon, but so far he has not contacted his family nor friends. He was quite healthy, his private life was peaceful. He had no reasons to leave his family. He was an active person, wrote film scripts, painted, made films. He has many friends and collegues.
He was reported missing in the port of Huston, USA. He was a sailor on BBC ECuador. The ship\'s captain was Polish. On August 13, 2008 Piotr asked to leave the ship and return home. The next day he disappeared without taking any of his personal belongings. He did not contact his family since then.
Renata left for Greece over year ago. She first worked in Thessaloniki, and she kept contact with her sister, which stopped in May last year. Her family reported her missing as they are afraid she became involved in a crime.
Eugeniusz went cycling to the nearest meadow. He told his monther that he would be back for supper. he had no money or documents.
Radoslaw had very close relationships with his parents, siblings and daughter. He worked hard on his shifts. His parents were certain that his marriage was all right, and he visited them with his wife and daughter quite often. they used to spend time in their summer house outside of town. His wife did not inform his parents when Radoslaw dissapeared. After a few months of questions, she said he had left for Germany to work, to a place called Chemnitz, and he was not to come back for a while. right before Christmas she said he had just left Germany and was on his way back home. He was to come back in three days. when on the agreed day, Radoslaw did not contact his parents, and nobody was home, as the wife was also to leave somewhere, everybody started worrying. After a few days it was established that Radoslaw had never left for Germany. he left his house at 5 in the morning after an argument with his wife. The argument was caused by his wife admitting that he was not the father of their second child.
Grzegorz Aleksander Potaszkin case solved
Grzegorz was living at the Social House in Strzebielniki. His family took him home for Christmas,but two days before Christmas Eve he left home and disappeared.
Aleksandra, together with her son was on holiday in Szczyrk. While skiing she seemed fine, she was making plans regaridng her divorce, writing a book and a move to Torun. On her was back home, her son was going first, and the last contact he had with his mother was at 11.28 in the evening when she informed him she was going past his house and heading home. After a few days her car, still fully packed, was located at the Torun Central Train Station.
Waldemar left for Spain to work. He promised he would be back for his daughter's first comunion, which took place on May 27 this year. Last time he called home he said he was in hospital.He has not made any contact since.
Zbigniew left Poland for Italy 15 years ago. He would frequently contact his mother while away, but the contact stopped in July last year. The mother has never known her son contact details nor his telephone number as he was always the one to contact her.
Karolina, together with her girl-friend and two boyfriends went to the banks of the Vistula near Ryczywol. She was inteding to do some sun-bathing. Her friends say that she went into the water and drowned. Her parents are certain that it is not true, and they believe that their daughter is alive. The police and the prosecutor's office are claiming the parents' suspisions are wrong.
Sylwester left home in the evening to visit his friends. The meeting finished around 23.00 and he went home, but never actually got there. He had about 1 km to walk. Search did not bring results.
Waldemar Bogdan Rejowski
He left the house without documents and money. He has never disappeared like that before and the family does not know what might have happened.
Martyna Reżko case solved
Martyna left for school and took her passport with her. Her parents think she might have been kidnapped. The German police was able to track a signal from her mobile phone coming from France. Her family also had some news that Martyna might be in Poland.
On the morning of November 5, Zbigniew and his brother in law went to visit their summer property in Urle. Their return train to Warsaw was scheduled to leave at 14.00. They reached the train station together as they were seen by the residence of the village. Zbigniew's brother inlaw boarded the train first and when the train started moving, he realized that Zbigniew wasn't with him. As soon as he returned to Warsaw he informed Zbigniew's daughter about the fact. The family immediately commenced search, but Zbigniew was nowhere to find.
Robert moved out of home when he was 18. He worked in a hospital as a nurse. He had a great contact with his grandmother with whom he she spent the last few hours before he disappeared. He told her some friends of his are threatening him for his testimony against some drug dealers. He left her home and disappeared.
Czeslaw was looking after his sick wife together with his daughter. He left home late one evening without saying a word to his wife. He hasn't been seen since.
Jaroslaw lived alone after he had split up with his wife. He rarely contacted his brother, who found out about his disapperance in September from a stranger who told him that Jaroslaw was in Zakopane and that is where he was reported missing. The search was called off due to lack of evidence and information.
Marcin was supposed to go to a bank to pay his school fees early in the morning, and then he was supposed to attend a course for fork lift operators. He never showed up in any of those places. The family is certain that Marcing told third parties about him going to a bank and paying "cash" / 400 PLN/, and that might have caused his disappearance. It is not also ruled out that Marcin might have left his family due to problmes with providing for his wife and daughter as well as having troubles with finiding work. He has not contacted his family since then.
Łukasz Dariusz Sas
Lukasz had a difficult situation at home, his father was abusive towards the family. the boy often escaped from home, missed out on school. He was placed in a children's shelter, and after in juvenile detention in Sliwin. he escaped and no one has seen him since.
Stefan went on a trip to Austria and from there to Canada. He kept contact with his family for 10 years. His last letter came from Vancouver. His sister Maria is waiting for contact.
Benedykt is around 167 cm with grey-green eyes. He lived alone, and nobody knows the circumstances of his disappearance.
Karolina left for school in the morning, but there were no classes on that day. She returned home for a short while, left her rucksack with school books and left, without saying anything to anyone. She did not take any personal belongings with her, not money. Nobody has seen her since.
On the day of her disappearance, Wioleta informed her parents that she was going to see her boyfriend (she was 6 months pregnant with him). The boy claims she never came. She did not come home until today. She did not take any personal belongings with her, nor any documents. She had her mobile phone with her, but she has not answered it since. She studies political studies in Warsaw where she also worked.
Ernest had family problems, and he recently lived with his father. His mother in law threw him out of the house as he was not capable to work and support his family. He suffers from depression.
On the early morning of his disappearance, Marek borrowed a few cigaretters from his neighbour and ran to the bus stop to catch a bus to Czaplinek. The school bus driver claims that Marek got out of the bus near the school and walked towards the bank where he was to pick up the housing benefit given to him by the local government. He never picked up the money. It is not possible to say if he reached the bank as the camera was broke that day. His sister and her husband claim that Marek's disapperance is related to him being beaten up by the neighbour twice. The residents fo the house Marek lived in do not want to comment his disapperance, and they say they know nothing.
Marzena\\\\\\\'s mother talked to her for the last time on August 13 lat year. Marzena told her that she was catching a train to Elk, but she could not give more details and continue the phone conversation. After several days, Marzena\\\\\\\'s family received a letter from her husband / who then was in prison/ with the order to inform the police that Marzena is in great danger. She was supposed to come and see him on August 12, but she did not show up. As of August 13, her family had not contact with their daughter who, until then, kept regular ocntact with her family. The husband has no idea what happened to her or where she might be. Up until now, the search brought no results.
Radek' father has passed and he is suffering from loss. In spite of years going by Rade could not come to terms with his loss. He wanted to leave Poland. He was convinced that studying at the University of Cracow would help him reach that dream. Mother did not know his address in Cracow. Radek left home at the end of September 2004 and went to Cracow. He said he had some exams to pass. He has not contacted anybody since. He left his things such as books at the place where he was last staying. Nobody has picked them up.
Adam Stefan case solved
Adam left for work as usual in the morning and disappeared. He did not take anything from the house, and his life partner claims he had no reason to leave the house. They are a good family, and there were no arguments or quarels between them. He has a weak heart.
While walking his dog, Adam had an epilepsy attack. He was taken to a hospital by an ambulance which he then left on his own request, and disappeared.
Up unitl his departure, Bogdan had been married for 36 years. During the marriage, the couple had 12 children. In the recent years, 5 children still lived with the parents. Due to a difficult financial situation, and upon his wife's request, Bogdan went to Chicago, USA, to earn money to pay off loans they had. He kept senidng letters for the first three months, as well as parcels and money. He used call regularly until the day he wrote that he was getting married as he found the right woman. The family and the children are not outraged by the fact that he was getting married but by the fact the whole case was organized /divorce finalised without his presence, no alimony for the children and the wife who has never worked/. As of December 2004, Bogdan stopped conacting his Polsih family and he is not answering any letters. None of the Polish organizations are able to help the family.
Zdzisława left home at about 11 pm. When her family realized she was missing, tehy started looking for her, and informed the police, but she has not been found.
Stanislaw left for a moment to throw out the garbage. he had a brain stroke earlier this year but he has been feeling well recently. His wife suspects he had a memory loss or had an accident. He had his ID on him and a small amount of money.
In the morning of her disappearnace, Joanna went to Slupsk with her mother to see a doctor.When the mother walked into the building, she realized that her daughter was not with her. She started her search immediately, but Joanna was nowhere around. Her family think that the reason of her disappearnce was an argument with her younger sister and her employment situation. Joanna had been unemlployed for seven months. Both her mother and sister want Joanna to come home.
Krytyna suffers from memory loss and she is on medication. She would often leave home and she was not able to come back home again on her own. She carries no ID with her.
According to Sebastian's mother and sister, he broke the law 10 years agi and was put in prison. While in jail, he was placed in a hospital and run away. After a while, he contacted his mother from Greece, and called her occassionaly. He then found himself in Italy, and contacted his mother and sister, but he never gave them his address or telephone number. He claimed it would be better for them not to know. On March 11, 2005 Sebastian called his mother from a phone booth. It was his last contact with his loved ones. a few weeks after the conversation, a young woman informed Sebastian's mother that he was dead and nobody knows where he was buried. Polish Consule in Italy claims that Sebastian was never arrested and he is not on the criminals' list. We are counting on contacting the woman who called Sebastian's mother in April 2005.
Bartosz left the house around eleven o'clock. He was to cycle to a friend but he never got there. He was dressed in a navy blue jacket, red jumber with a hood and another, grey one, with "HH" writing on it, dark green corduroy trousers, beige shoes, woolen grey and blak hat, and a long, black and white scarf.
Sylwester has been on a pension for the past 11 years. He suffers from temporal lobe epilepsy and memory loss. He left his house without documents and money while his wife was at work, and he vanished without a trace. In spite of numerous appeals in the local papers and TV station, no trace of Sylwester have been found.
Jerzy left home without any belongings. He told his mother he would be back in an hour.
Krzysztof Jacek Turski
He went for a walk with his dog around 2 pm. The dog came back home alone. Krzysztof lived alone and sufferes from epilepsy.
Jan, together with his wife, was spending Christmas at their's son's place, he has been suffering from Alzthaimer's disease. He is very fit and likes walking. On the day of his disappearance, he went out to get the paper before midday. In spite of immediate search, he was not found.
On the day of his disappearance Tomasz had many important things to organize due to the sale of his flat. He did not show up for the arranged meeting with the notary and he did not contact his wife or mother.
Ewa left her flat on Bemowo early in the morning. She was to go to a statdium in the center of Warsaw to buy mountain boots, as she was to go to Zakopane next day. When she didn't show up at work, the search commenced.
Joanna lived with her mother. On the day she disappeared she left home in the evening. She most probably got into a car which drove up to an abandonded train warehouse near her house. Nobody has seen her since.
Jolanta Więckowska case solved
Jolanta left for Italy in February 2002. She first looked after the elderly, and she contacted her family by phone. Her daughters had a feeling that she wasn't herself when they were talking. She could not talk freely and she gave short answers. She then informed her daughters that she had an accident and had a surgery followed by a long rehabilitation. Her daughters said they would finance her trip home even if she was in a wheelchair. She kept refusing. In August 2002 the contact finished, and since then they had no information about her, and they don't even know if she's alive.
Katarzyna is married with two children. She disappeared two days before her divorce case. On the day she disappeared she returned from the friend's place around 10 pm. The last person to see her was her next-door neighbour. She had no document nor money.
Andrzej Ryszard Winiarski
Andrzej left home early in the morning. He did not say anything to anybody. He did not take any documents with him nor personal belongings.
Marianna lived alone. The shop assistant from a near by shop realized she was missing, and informed her son that his mother was doing shopping for three days.
Kacper Wnętrzak case solved
Kacper has been living in Holland for a few years. Just recently he worked near Rotterdam. He was supposed to spend Christmas in Poland. In the last phone call conversation with his mother he said he was already at the bus station, with a ticket. As it turned out, he never got on the bus, and nobody knows what happened to him.
She left the house between 14 and 18. She did not take any documents with her nor personal belongings. The family is afraid that she might be suffering from memory loss.
Bożena Wyporska case solved
Bożena left home early in the morning. She was tired of taking care of her sick husband.
Jolanta Włoch case solved
Jolanta was always causing problems, skipped school, mingled with the wrong crowd. She left her house without an ID.
Agata left home in the middle of November. She told her friend she was going to Cracow to see her friend. her family doesn't believe that as nobody ever heard about her. Most probably she met someone on a dating website and went to meet him. After she left she had called her friend a few times for a month, but after that the contact was severed.
In the first days of January, Michalina left for a place somewhere around Wrzesnia to waiter in a restaurant. She stopped contacting her family in the middle of January. Deriving from the information obtained by her husband, Michalina never commenced work in the restaurant. In spite of intensive search noboday was able to establish Michalina's current address. Two small daughters are waiting for her at home.
Edmund Adam Zacharjasiewicz
He left the Wolski Hospital in Warsaw in the early hours of the morning. He was wearing his pyjama trousers and a jumper.
Magdalena is wanted by the police due to a murder of a young Pole in London. her family and police are afraid that she might be in danger.
Marian has been living in his daughter's house. He has been living on a pension for many years and he has been retired for 2 years. His wife died 18 years ago. After his dissapearance the faimily found out that he had debts in banks, and his daughter thinks that this might be the reason why he left.
Sobiesław Zasada case solved
Sobieslaw graduated from the Radom Polytechnics. He worked as a manager in a mobile phone shop in the center of Radom. when he didn't show up at work and didn't open the shop, his employees began to worry, but they were unable to establish contact with him. he was last seen near the railway stattion ont he day of his disappearance aroudn 6.40 am.
Joanna left around 21.00 to see her friend who lived in the next apartment block. She was to saw a cover for a children's walker and then to return home. Unfortunatley, she never came back. Joanna was a single mother of a daughter, and her parents are certain she would never leave her beloved child.
Marek went to work near Warsaw. The family knows he worked on building sites in Pruszkow and Brwinow. He lived a workers' hostel.
Bogumiła left for Spain to work. she worked on a plantation in the village of Palos de la Frontera. She called home for the last time on march 21, 2006. She has not been in contact since.
Pawel was a difficult teenager. He skipped school, had bad company. He started running away from home, and one day he disappeared. He called his mother from Italy, but that was three years ago.