SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Police Department hopes an event on Saturday, March 9th will help bring back loved ones who are missing. The event, called Missing In Utah, is modeled after a similar event in a neighboring state called Missing in Arizona and is open to anyone who they say would like to start or update a missing person case, regardless of jurisdiction, circumstance, or status.
Missing In Utah will be held at the Miller Conference Center, 9750 South 300 West in Sandy from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Law enforcement will be there to take reports, gather information and talk to families and loved ones. They ask that families bring photos, medical and dental records and fingerprints of missing loved ones if available.
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