With thousands of people missing across the U.S., some are pushing for more states to use an online database to help track track them down.
The Gabby Petito case has highlighted another issue – making sure we give attention to other missing and unidentified people in the United States.
Right now, there is a gaping hole in how police report missing people and track them.
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System – or NamUs – is a federally funded online database for missing, unidentified or unclaimed people in the U.S. It's often described by cold case experts as law enforcement's most effective and accurate missing persons databases. The problem is many people just aren't using it.