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* ''WesternAnimation/PCPinkerton'': In "Calling All Units", Mrs. Beatty informs P.C. Pinkerton that her 4-year-old daughter, Joanna, has gone missing. After describing her to him, Pinkerton orders all cops in the jurisdiction to look for her. She is found soon after.

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* ''Film/TheWickerMan1973'' is about a policeman investigating reports of a missing child on a remote Scottish island, and finding the locals to be disconcertingly unconcerned about the whole thing.


* ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKidTheLongHaul'': In one scene, Rodrick and Greg sneak off to a video game convention and their mother Susan notices they're gone. However, she sees them on TV and goes to the convention to tell them off.

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* ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKidTheLongHaul'': ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'': In one scene, scene of ''The Long Haul'', Rodrick and Greg sneak off to a video game convention and their mother Susan notices they're gone. However, she sees them on TV and goes to the convention to tell them off.


* In one scene in ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKidTheLongHaul'', Rodrick and Greg sneak off to a video game convention and their mother Susan notices they're gone. However, she sees them on TV and goes to the convention to tell them off.

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* ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKidTheLongHaul'': In one scene in ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKidTheLongHaul'', scene, Rodrick and Greg sneak off to a video game convention and their mother Susan notices they're gone. However, she sees them on TV and goes to the convention to tell them off.


* Marinette's unexplained disappearance after being struck by a memory-erasing akuma is what drives the plot of ''Fanfic/Missing''.

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* Marinette's unexplained disappearance after being struck by a memory-erasing akuma is what drives the plot of ''Fanfic/Missing''.''FanFic/{{Missing|MiraculousLadybug}}''.

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* Marinette's unexplained disappearance after being struck by a memory-erasing akuma is what drives the plot of ''Fanfic/Missing''.

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* In ''Fanfic/InfinityTrainBlossomingTrail'', Chloe runs away after an argument with her father and ChildhoodFriend and then gets sucked into the Infinity Train. While she is having the time of her life, her friends and family are trying to figure out where she could have gone.
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* ''ComicBook/RatQueens'' features a prequel one-shot where Orc Dave has a child. Said child is not mentioned in the main comic until he is abruptly discovered in an enemy camp, where Dave admits the boy was kidnapped in front of him. Apparently Dave has taken no action on that front for years.
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Sometimes, though, the trope can get sinister. Billy isn't just hiding so you don't get mad he ate the last cookie, [[StrangerDanger Billy was taken]]. In these cases, it crosses over with IWillFindYou territory, with the adults going to all ends to get their kid back from a known threat.

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Sometimes, though, the trope can get sinister. Billy isn't just hiding so you don't get mad he ate the last cookie, [[StrangerDanger [[TooSmartForStrangers Billy was taken]]. In these cases, it crosses over with IWillFindYou territory, with the adults going to all ends to get their kid back from a known threat.

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* ''VideoGame/MissingChildren'' has three. Kanae, Mizuki, and Akiko, who've all run away together. [[PlayerCharacter Sato]]'s goal is to find them.

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* In ''Literature/{{It}}'', kids go missing in droves every 27 years in the town of Derry. The protagonists learn that an EldritchAbomination that feeds off fear, known only as 'It', is responsible and set out to stop it before anyone else is taken.

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