A targeted effort to address the number of missing people in Fife has paid dividends, according to the latest figures.
Organisations in Fife have joined forces to reduce the soaring number of people reported missing each year and ensure their safe return.
“If she had got the help she needed then, maybe she would still be here,” says tragic Libbi’s mother
The Angus mother of tragic Fife teenager Libbi Toledo has said her daughter “would still be here” if she had received the help she needed.
The funeral of tragic Brechin teenager Libbi Toledo has been held at the cathedral she dreamt of getting married in.
An emotional farewell to Libbi Toledo will take place next week at the historic Angus cathedral where the tragic teenager had one day hoped she would walk up the aisle.
Police in Fife have finally confirmed that a body found in Kirkcaldy last month has now been formally identified as that of missing teenager Libbi Toledo.
A fund set up to help lay tragic teenager Libbi Toledo to rest and fly her father from the US for her funeral is more than half way towards its $20,000 target.
Thousands of dollars have been donated to a US fund set up to help the father of tragic teenager Libbi Toledo attend his daughter's funeral in Scotland.
Less than a month ago, I wrote about stretched police resources caused by a soaring number of missing person investigations, with Fife division dealing with an incredible 4,417 cases last year.
The “utterly broken” Angus mother of teenager Libbi Toledo is preparing herself for the “formality” of confirmation that a body found in Fife is that of her 17-year-old daughter.