Three people from Examiner Newspapers‘ distribution area have been classified as long-term missing persons.
Alfred Crozier has been missing form his Canning Vale home since March 29, 2013.
There were serious concerns for his health and welfare.
Mr Crozier was 175cm tall with a medium build, fair complexion and blue eyes.
He would be 63-years-old now.
Noel Acton was last seen at an appointment in Martin at 4.30pm on November 6, 2007.
His vehicle was located at his home address in Gosnells and his personal belongings were at home, except for his wallet.
Mr Acton has not accessed his bank accounts in this time and police hold serious concerns for his welfare.
According to the Australian Missing Persons Register Mr Acton was a quiet but highly intelligent man.
His parents have called for his return but have not heard from him.
Mr Acton was 174cm tall with a thin build, tanned, with brown eyes and a 5cm scar on his wrist and a small scar on his chin.
He would be 48-years-old now.
Shane Flanders was last seen in Pickering Brook on January 28, 2016.
His silver 1999 Holden Commodore, registration 1AYA676, was seen in car parks in Scarborough around the time.
Mr Flanders was described as 180cm tall, Caucasian, with a slim build and with receding scruffy brown hair, a beard and blue eyes.
He would be 30-years-old now.
If you had information that may assist police to locate any of these missing persons call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.