Data relased this week by security forces show that 6,053 people are currently reported as missing across the country, and over a third of those are children.
Minister of the Interior, Juan Ignacio Zoido, released the details as part of the National Day of Missing Persons.
Since 2010, 146,042 people have been reported as missing, with only just over 4% of cases remaining unsolved.
57% of those reported missing are men, and 43% women.
During the press statement, Juan Ignacio Zoido also announced a new website to help in the location of missing persons.
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