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More than 700,000 people are reported missing in North America every year. In many cases involving kids, AMBER Alerts produce a coordinated response by nationwide media and emergency services. But when someone 18 or older is considered a possible runaway, investigations often lack the same urgency, and family members are left to pick up the slack. "Last Seen Alive" documents the journeys of people chasing leads, interviewing potential witnesses, and traveling the country in search of relatives. Episodes follow the cases of two people, beginning at the moment they were last seen. The families -- desperate and with everything to lose -- get help from professional investigators who have had success locating people. Some stories have heart-warming conclusions; some end tragically; others still remain open.

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The search for a teen includes a sting operation and a journey into illegal sex trade; a man continues the search for his wife who disappeared six years ago.
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A Utah teen runs away and her mother fears she may turn to prostitution; the search for a missing Vancouver man leads to a remote island.
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Parents of a missing Arizona teen believe a dangerous local family is behind the disappearance; a Toronto-area schoolteacher vanishes during an early-morning jog.
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The search for a teenage girl in Arizona; a couple searches for their son in New York City.
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The search for a teenage girl leads to a crack house in Columbus, Ohio; a family searches for a man who went missing on a business trip.
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Eighteen-year-old Nicole Martindale runs off with her outlaw boyfriend and her mother is desperate to get her back.

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