Hawaii ranks 8th in states with the most missing people

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In a new report released by VivintSource, Hawaii came in eighth place in the number of missing persons per capita.    The study calculates the number of missing persons related to the state’s population.

As of January 2019, Hawaii had 107 open missing persons cases.    When divided by the population, that results in an average of 7.5 missing people per 100,000 residents.

Hawaii fared much better than Alaska, which is currently averaging 41.8 missing people per 100,000 residents.

Massachusetts had the safest numbers at 1.8 missing people per 100,000 residents.

StateTotal Number of Missing Persons

Missing People per 100,000 Residents

Alaska30941.8
Arizona91513
Oregon43210.4
Vermont548.7
Washington6438.7
Maine1088.1
Wyoming457.8
Hawaii1077.5
Montana716.8
New Mexico1436.8
Arkansas2006.7
West Virginia1206.6
Nevada1926.4
Oklahoma2526.4
Delaware586
Florida1,2526
Idaho1015.9
Louisiana2665.7
Kentucky2485.6
Michigan5565.6
Connecticut1975.5
California2,1335.4
Tennessee3615.4
Colorado2925.2
Missouri3165.2
District of Columbia355
Texas1,2464.4
Alabama2044.2
North Dakota314.1
Mississippi1153.9
South Carolina1843.7
Utah1073.4
New Jersey2993.3
Minnesota1793.2
Nebraska613.2
North Carolina3273.2
New York6063.1
Ohio3583.1
Pennsylvania4013.1
Maryland1833
Kansas812.8
Virginia2392.8
Iowa862.7
Indiana1742.6
New Hampshire352.6
South Dakota232.6
Wisconsin1492.6
Illinois3172.5
Georgia2502.4
Rhode Island201.9
Massachusetts1261.8

You can view the full report here

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