When a school bus full of students goes missing during its morning run in a wealthy district, Jack and the team suspect two troublemaking students, brothers Doug and Richard Carrol, with a rich, neglectful father, Bob. All of the students' cellular telephones and other communication devices are confiscated by the kidnappers--except for a high-tech phone that transmits pictures, kept hidden by a student named Trish Randall. Working with the grainy images that Trish surreptitiously sends to her mother's phone, the agents surmise that the kids were transferred to a dark, airless storage area.
Jack and the team try to find a priest, Father Henry Stephens, who disappears from his church shortly after learning that he needs a liver transplant to survive. Father Stephens had been a paragon of virtue to all who knew him at St. Germain's Church, but after he goes missing, disturbing facts about him emerge. It's possible that he was somehow involved with a young man from his after-school program. Also, a large sum of money with traces of methamphetamine on it is found in Father Stephen's room. The team's search for the priest intensifies when a transplant organ becomes available, and there is only one day to find him before it goes to the next person on the list.
Whitney Ridder, a beautiful young woman who seems to have everything, disappears from her wealthy fiancé's home during the middle of a dinner party. Ridder owns a successful resort investment business; she is liked by all who know her; and she has recently become engaged to a wealthy young man. But, when Jack and his team begin to investigate her disappearance, they discover that Ridder is a con artist using a false identity. She is also connected to a man, Lucas Vohland, who served a 10-year prison term for manslaughter and to whom she may also owe a large sum of money. Meanwhile, Samantha is ordered to see a therapist to deal with her recent on-the-job difficulties.
Jack and the team search for a brilliant but complicated 14-year-old Russian violinist, Natasha Tzetcovich, who disappeared after a rehearsal for an important concert appearance. Their investigation uncovers that Natasha was experiencing panic attacks resulting from the pressure to perform that her immigrant parents put on her. Natasha was involved with her manager's son, a troubled boy who supplied the young artist with drugs. The boy also disappeared at the same time as Natasha. And a strange man whom her parents may have known from Russia has been stalking the girl and sending her e-mails from every city in which she has played in the last year.
Twelve years ago, Jack worked a serial killer case in which five women were murdered, and he was unable to prevent the carnage. Now, Jack and the team search for a missing woman whose description is remarkably similar to the five murder victims from long ago. The man guilty of the original crimes, Randy Thorton, remains in jail, but the team learns that Graham Spaulding, a pedophile Jack arrested in a previous case, visited Thorton. Jack soon realizes that Spaulding is imitating the original case in an effort to exact revenge on Jack and that Spaulding has uncovered information about Jack's own family.
Sons and Daughters
Jack and his team search for a teenage boy, Ethan Sawyer, after he disappears from his home. Ethan's parents think that their son is a happy teenager about to take his Scholastic Aptitude Tests in preparation for college. But the agents learn that the boy was extremely troubled, having dropped out of his study sessions after discovering that his girlfriend and other friends were involved in afternoon sex parties. When Ethan's girlfriend claims to have been raped, the squad must find out if Ethan's possible involvement led to his disappearance.
A Tree Falls
An unidentified young Hispanic boy is abducted from a Spanish Harlem street. Jack and the team are completely baffled when no family members come forward to look for the child. After searching the neighborhood, the agents discover that the boy, Nelson Rodriguez, may have been stalked by a pedophile who recently moved into the neighborhood. It is also possible that Nelson is involved in some form of illegal activity. When his parents, Ana and Jorge, are eventually found, the team learns that they are illegal immigrants who have a dark secret that puts all of their lives in danger.
Jack and the team search for a dedicated and respected firefighter who disappeared after rescuing two fellow firemen from a building engulfed in flames. When Scott Marshall doesn't return home after the deadly incident, the investigators try to get Marshall's silent peers to talk. Marshall's wife informs the agents that her husband had called and said he planned to quit the department. Now, Jack and the others realize that something happened to dramatically change Marshall's attitude toward his profession. When a fire inspector finds a trip box, a device that can be used to start fires, on the scene of the conflagration, the agents begin to suspect arson and must identify whoever might have benefited from the event and possibly from Marshall's disappearance.
Jack and his squad search for a driven neurosurgeon, Dr. Lianna Sardo, who disappeared after a nighttime jog in the city with her ex-husband, Dr. Evan Mayhew. For a month prior to her disappearance, Lianna seemed to be under an unusual amount of stress, according to Evan. In addition to Evan, the suspects include Lianna's violent ex-boyfriend and a doctor whom she was going to testify against in a malpractice lawsuit. The case becomes clearer when information reveals that Lianna tried to contact the child she had given up as an unwed teenager--and that an imposter may be posing as her daughter.
Luke Horton seems to be a happy man awaiting the arrival of a new baby. When Luke disappears after an uplifting speech at his high school reunion, Jack and the team find Luke's blood at the location of his disappearance. The agents also discover that he was under investigation for financial improprieties at work and was possibly having an extramarital affair with another married man, Alan.
Jack and the team look for a paparazzo after he vanishes from a celebrity shoot, and his camera is found covered in blood. They learn that the freelance photographer, Brian Owen, was seriously questioning his profession after a minor celebrity he photographed in a compromising position committed suicide. Upon discovering that Owen has also been taking pictures for a controversial environmental group, Jack and the other investigators try to determine who was most threatened by Brian's shots--an enraged star or an industrialist who causes pollution.
Hawks and Handsaws
Jack and the team search for Joe Gibson, who disappeared after a chase and gunfight with unidentified figures. But as they learn more about Joe, who worked as a public defender, the squad members become convinced that he is a paranoid schizophrenic and poses a danger to himself and others. Jack's training in psychology becomes crucial as they track him down through a variety of associates, many of whom are worried about Joe's sanity. And when a little girl is reportedly abducted by the delusional Joe, the investigation becomes even more intricate and urgent.
Renowned motivational speaker Will Sterling is kidnapped at his mansion minutes before his limousine arrives to take him to the airport for an out-of-town seminar. When Jack and his team investigate Sterling's life and growing empire, they learn about the ex-convict past Sterling had overcome and uncover many suspects, including bitter, dissatisfied consumers and a disgruntled former employee. As they delve deeper, however, it becomes clear that Sterling and his venture are not what they appear to be, which leads the squad to wonder if the missing man is truly in jeopardy or if he's responsible for his own disappearance.
Jesse Prince, a female ex-cop turned bounty hunter, vanishes after being shot at in front of a fugitive's home. Jack and the team believe that Jesse may have been lured to the house on a false tip, so they quickly delve into her past cases looking for potential suspects. News that Jesse's bullet-riddled and bloodstained car has been located is especially disturbing to Jack, who knew her when she worked as a cop. Though Jack believes she is of flawless character, a past misconduct charge against her causes some members of the team to question if she truly left the police force of her own accord.
Jack and the team try to find Eric Miller, a 12-year-old, who was last seen in the boys' bathroom at his school. Eric's blood was found on a mirror shattered during an apparent scuffle. The investigators question the victim's parents, classmates and the school psychologist and discover that Eric was desperate to fit into the "cool" crowd, and it appears that his classmates may have harmed him in retaliation for a cruel joke.
Four years ago, a young woman, Jessica Raab, went missing. Vivian's weekly fingerprint search on the unidentified print found on Jessica's door finally results in a match. The print belongs to a male fugitive who recently attacked a woman in a motel room. After Vivian uses this new lead to convince Jack to get the team involved in Jessica's case, the agents discover new information about the missing woman, including her desperate struggle to overcome her sex addiction prior to her disappearance.
The team searches for an injured U. S. soldier, Private First Class Kevin Grant, who recently returned from war. Upon his homecoming from Iraq, Grant discovered that his business went bankrupt, and he's about to lose the home he shares with his fiancée, Sara. The investigators learn from Sara that the missing soldier had been frantically trying to salvage their dire financial circumstances before returning to Iraq. Later, the team uncovers an apparent cover-up involving a firefight in which Grant was wounded. Jack and Danny travel to Iraq to learn whether or not the dangerous and controversial circumstances of Grant's last firefight could have put the soldier in jeopardy at home or if he has succumbed to post-traumatic stress and his desperate financial woes.
George Stanley argues with his wife at her hair salon, leaves to deposit the day's earnings and never returns. After Jack and the team find a tooth and other signs of a struggle in the back room of the salon, George's wife, Martha, and their unemployed 19-year-old son, Sean, become viable suspects. The agents also consider that George was possibly mugged on his way to the bank. But when the team discovers that George was recently terminated from his job, and he had a secret female companion he regularly met at a bar, they wonder if he simply left town of his own accord. Meanwhile, Danny resists getting involved in the life of his convict brother, who is up for parole. And Martin's impending firearms qualifications test dredges up unsettling memories for him.
While searching for Julie Cochran, a Manhattan-based woman who disappeared the morning she was scheduled to leave town, the team suspects her live-in boyfriend, Greg Knowles. The agents discover that the town car scheduled to take Julie to the train station at 8:00 a.m. was canceled by a man that morning, and the doorman never saw Julie leave the building. However, the team also wonders about Greg's smug twin brother, Rick, with whom Julie appeared to be flirting at her bon voyage party the night before. Greg failed to mention the recent murder of a well-known homeless woman at the shelter where he, Rick and Julie volunteer. ]The dead woman's prized necklace was found in Julie's suitcase that was discovered at the train station.
After Martin's Aunt Bonnie, a feeble cancer patient and nurse, vanishes for several hours, her concerned husband and adult daughters summon Martin to help find her. Enlisting Samantha's assistance, Martin finds it difficult to be objective when some of the information they uncover suggests that his nurturing and seemingly proper aunt may have a secret lover, an unlawful business and/or a desire to commit suicide. Meanwhile, Jack, who learns that his combative father, Frank, is in the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease, decides to make amends with him before it's too late.
The team searches for Mark Wilson, who disappeared while trying to prove the innocence of his death-row inmate son, Ricky, scheduled to die in two days. The father has devoted the past 11 years trying to prove that Ricky was wrongly convicted of killing a young married couple in front of their 5-year-old daughter during a convenience story robbery. While realizing that the despondent dad could have brought harm upon himself, the team members--who question if Mark is right about Ricky's innocence--wonder whether or not Mark's investigation was the cause of his disappearance.
The team searches for college football coach Jim Cooper, who goes missing after being terminated for his team's unusually dismal season performance. The investigation soon uncovers that the coach's new policy of suspending players for academic and behavioral missteps caused the football team to repeatedly play without its star athletes and to suffer frequent defeats. As a result, Jack and his squad suspect a group of angry players, members of the school administration and a seamy high-stakes gambler--all of whom encountered financial losses as a result of the losing streak. Meanwhile, Jack must make a difficult career and life decision when his wife, Maria, surprises him with her strong desire to relocate their family to Chicago, where she was just offered an excellent job.
Lost and Found
Jack and his team try to determine if foul play was involved in the 1991 adoption of 16-year-old Serene Barnes after the teen shows up at the FBI offices claiming she was kidnapped as a young child. When Serene discovers an old newspaper article about a 3-year-old girl with the same first name, who was kidnapped the year she was adopted--13 years ago--she wonders if her loving adoptive parents may have actually kidnapped her. Serene's story of abduction seems feasible after the team learns that there was a missing Serene Andrews who was never found. Meanwhile, Jack shocks the team with news that he's moving to Chicago with his family.
In the season finale, on Jack's last case before he moves to Chicago, the team searches for a billionaire's estranged wife and their two children after the yacht they were last seen boarding is soon found adrift in New York Harbor--with only its dead captain aboard. Jack becomes suspicious of the steely and sarcastic billionaire Ben Palmer, but additional suspects begin to surface as well. Palmer receives a cryptic ransom call from a man demanding to receive what belongs to him in exchange for returning Palmer's family alive. The team and Palmer have only eight hours to figure out what the kidnapper wants. Meanwhile, Jack and his team prepare for Jack's move to Chicago, and Vivian waits to hear if she'll be promoted to replace him.
In the Dark
Vivian and the team search for a blind teen and her mobility instructor who were abducted during a camping trip. Meanwhile, Jack's wife, Maria, informs him that she wants a divorce and is seeking sole custody of their daughters. The team members don't know about the marital difficulties Jack has experienced since he helped solve his final case as their leader.
Thou Shalt Not
While searching for a missing nurse's aide, Maureen Grady, who disappeared from a rural road while changing a flat tire, the team discovers that this seemingly all-American woman is actually a fugitive wanted for bombing an abortion clinic. After initially participating in the team's investigation, Maureen's husband, Nathan, goes into hiding when the agents discover Nathan's and Maureen's real identities along with their involvement in a deadly bombing 15 years ago. While attempting to obtain useful information from the couple's teenage son, Luke, the squad explores whether the woman's abduction is connected to the bombing.
While searching for missing 37-year-old X-ray technician Teddy Cota, the team discovers that Teddy long believed that when he was a child, he was abducted by aliens. The missing man's pregnant ex-girlfriend explains that she ended her relationship with him after he confessed that he feared the extraterrestrials would return for him and their baby. After a friend at Teddy's alien abductees support group claims that he and Teddy had recently been trailed by two menacing "men in black," it seems the team's only normal lead is from a neighbor who saw Teddy let an agitated man into his apartment the night he disappeared. Meanwhile, Jack handles displacing Vivian as the team's leader.
Jack and the team must determine if a missing nanny is a kidnapping victim or a suspect when she and the infant in her care disappear from her employers' home. Initially, nanny June is the prime suspect in the baby's disappearance after the child's affluent parents inform the agents that they'd just terminated June for stealing. However, when a caller demands a ransom in exchange for the safe return of both June and the child, the team contemplates who may have kidnapped the pair, while also considering that June could be orchestrating the crime.
Lynette Shaw, the physically transformed winner of the popular surgical makeover reality show "American Goddess," disappears during a publicity event. Jack and the team soon learn that although Lynette was transformed into a stunning celebrity of sorts, she remained the fragile, insecure and lonely person she had always been. The agents attempt to identify and locate a man who left messages on Lynette's answering machine prior to her disappearance, and they investigate the bitter "American Goddess" contestant whom Lynette inadvertently caused to be disqualified. They also delve into whether any unstable fellow patients from the mental ward where Lynette once sought care have resurfaced and consider the possibility that the new beauty may have fallen prey to a charming yet dangerous suitor.
Nickel and Dimed: Part 1
The team searches for Colleen McGrath, a struggling, young, single mother who vanishes after leaving her 3-year-old son in his baby-sitter's care. The detectives create a profile of a loving mother who, despite working two jobs as a housecleaner and a retail-outlet clerk, has been barely able to afford her motel room or the baby-sitter. The team must determine if Colleen has simply run away from her troubles. However, further revelations about Colleen's nervous demeanor on the day of her disappearance, her suspicious windfall the week prior, allegations of illegal activities in her motel room and the disclosure that she had suddenly felt uneasy about cleaning for her current employer, lead the team to question how clean a life she's been living--and if she's been victimized.
Nickel and Dimed: Part 2
In a continued effort to find Colleen McGrath, a missing young mother who had recently been recruited as a drug mule, Samantha goes undercover as a woman with similar grim financial circumstances hoping to be approached by the same drug traffickers. Soon after Samantha takes a job at the retail outlet store where Colleen worked, Danny connects the outlet store's manager to another drug mule who was killed two years earlier. After getting the manager to reveal the identity of his boss, Samantha takes a job at the plant where the drug trafficker is seeking recruits. Once there, Samantha convinces Jack to let her go deeper undercover after she is recruited to be a heroin courier.
When a homeless woman goes missing from a shelter linked to a previous case, Jack suspects Rick Knowles --one of two identical twins--who manipulated his brother, Greg, into confessing to the murders of several other homeless women.
Jack and the team search for Peter Dusek, a wealthy, 72-year-old murder trial juror, whose disappearance could cause a mistrial. Although the agents initially suspect that the defendant may have orchestrated Peter's disappearance as a means of forcing a mistrial, they soon wonder if the juror disappeared of his own volition, since he tried to recuse himself with a note from his cardiologist the day after the defendant threatened a witness in the courtroom. Upon learning that Peter is a multi-millionaire who was in the process of adding someone to his will, the team suspects Peter's resentful adult son, while also considering that the missing man could have been kidnapped by someone seeking a hefty ransom.
Malone v. Malone
As part of the child custody battle, Jack endures a lengthy, brutal deposition by his wife's divorce attorney, during which his wife, Maria, unexpectedly arrives. Maria's cutthroat lawyer uses Jack's childhood traumas, his past affair with Samantha and his dedication to his job against him. Meanwhile, a noticeably distracted Samantha ponders whether or not she's responsible for Jack's current personal woes.
Jack and the team search for Tara Patterson, a brilliant 16-year-old private-school student who was last seen by her friends at a bus stop. Tara appears to be the perfect daughter, but the honor student was buying drugs, and the agents wonder if her disappearance is related to the pills she uses. Tara was also selling research papers, and the team theorizes that a disgruntled customer could have been involved. One of her friends tells Jack that Tara was dating a married man, but when the team uncovers the truth, the agents discover they may have two lives to save.
While searching for convict James "Mac" MacAvoy, who disappeared during a prison yard fight, the team attempts to determine whether he's a cunning escapee or the victim of a sinister inside plot. Despite the prison warden's insistence that the missing man escaped with another inmate during a staged fight, Jack and his team reluctantly agree to investigate as a potential missing person case at the urging of Mac's despondent sister, Laura. Laura steadfastly refuses to believe that her brother, who had been serving time for manslaughter, is a runaway, because he had "found God" and was scheduled to be paroled in two weeks. The investigators also wonder why Mac, a member of an Aryan prison gang, would plan a breakout with a black prisoner.
Jack and the team investigate the disappearance of a 12-year-old autistic boy who ran away during a class trip to a museum. His father, Daniel Norville, chaperoned the outing. Jack is suspicious of Daniel, who was seen yelling at the boy before he went missing. Vivian wonders why the child's school aide called in sick and can't be located. And Danny suspects a security guard who has a criminal record.
Neither Rain Nor Sleet
Jack and the team investigate the disappearance of Rosie Diaz, a postal employee. When her truck is found abandoned and emptied of the $12,000 worth of videogames Rosie was delivering, the team wonders whether she is a victim of foul play or a willing participant in the theft. Rosie is initially labeled as a normal, likeable person and devoted foster mother, but doubts arise when the investigators learn that her two foster children were removed from her care after an anonymous tip of abuse. Also, a child-pornography DVD was subsequently found in her home. Meanwhile, Vivian attempts to keep a personal matter a secret from her colleagues, and Martin tells Samantha that he wants to go public with their relationship.
Jack and the team investigate the disappearance of Chelsea Prince, a 23-year-old society girl known for her constant partying and headline-grabbing escapades. Her badly beaten limousine driver recounts how the limo was ambushed and Chelsea was taken. The kidnappers create a website poll encouraging people to vote on whether Chelsea should live or die. The team begins its investigation while entertaining the idea that Chelsea may have orchestrated the kidnapping to obtain publicity. Suspicions arise when the investigators discover the heiress begged her business manager for $100,000 the month prior. The pressure really mounts when the majority of poll participants vote for Chelsea to die.
Martin is wracked with guilt when he fails to prevent Mike, a 12-year-old boy, from being dragged into a car outside of the boy's school. Encouraged by Martin's description of the kidnapper, Brian Stone, and his vehicle, the team tries to ease Martin's anguish over failing to stop the boy's abduction, even though he jogged by Mike and the kidnapper just moments before the crime occurred. Although Mike's parents don't recognize the man from the sketch, the school's crossing guard reveals that she's seen the kidnapper with Mike after school over the past few months--a fact that is especially disturbing to the child's dumbfounded parents. Meanwhile, Martin is annoyed by Samantha's reluctance to tell their colleagues about their relationship.
Jack and the team search for a real estate agent who went on an appointment and never returned. While researching the missing man's business dealings, the investigators discover that he was involved in a sex slave ring and rented out his commercial property for brothels. After arresting the madam and rescuing the girls from the brothel, the team learns that their missing person is actually an undercover cop whose cover may have been exposed.
Jack and the team investigate the disappearance of Stephanie, a singer in a church choir. Stephanie's choir director informs the agents that the missing woman had been unusually emotional at the last choir practice and requested to perform a particular hymn on Sunday but then failed to show up to sing it. She initially appears to be an ordinary churchgoing woman; however, her work history, multiple moves and a conversation with her recently estranged boyfriend soon lead the team to discover Stephanie's surprising secret. Now the agents try to determine if the secret played a role in her disappearance. Meanwhile, Vivian's symptoms make it difficult to hide her heart condition from her co-workers.
Vivian takes time off from work to deal with her health problems and tries to act brave before her family and colleagues. Her deeply concerned team members attempt to focus on their case of a missing psychic, Agnes. The young woman's associate, Rebecca, divulges that Agnes recently sought her professional guidance regarding how to handle a man who was angry with her. Jack, Samantha, Martin and Danny try to determine if he's the same man who burst into one of Agnes' readings and yelled at her. A neighbor reported that he heard Agnes get pushed down the stairs, furthering the theory that Agnes may have known her abductor. Even though the team doesn't have many leads, the agents are hesitant to investigate Rebecca's vision of a frantic Agnes in a van.
The Bogie Man
Thirteen-year-old Daisy Thorpe goes missing in a small upstate New York town that remains shaken by the unsolved murder of the local cleric's 13-year-old daughter, Amber, seven years ago. The team tries to determine if the same person is responsible for both crimes. As Martin and Danny work from the office, Jack and Samantha are forced to contend with the town's territorial and ineffective local sheriff, whose lead suspect for both cases is Curtis Horne, the lowlife boyfriend of the murdered girl. The team wonders if the missing Daisy may have gotten too close to the truth of Amber's murder when the agents discover that she recently hounded Reverend Isaac Bryce to discuss his now-deceased daughter. Daisy was obsessed with and outraged by the fact that Amber's killer had never been found.
Off the Tracks
The team helps Danny search for his missing, estranged brother, Rafael "Rafi" Alvarez, a recovering drug addict and ex-convict who Danny grimly suspects may have lapsed into his illegal and destructive past habits. Danny is skeptical when Rafi's pregnant girlfriend, the mother of their 9-year-old son, tells him that Rafi has transformed himself into a responsible family man, who recently obtained a loan to open his own auto body repair shop. But Danny's investigation uncovers that Rafi has been seen with a convicted car thief, and his business loan didn't come from a bank. Although Jack explains that Rafi may have legitimate explanations for the suspicious circumstances, Danny braces himself for the very real possibility that his brother may have placed himself in danger.
A 71-year-old man goes missing. The team searches for the man who was last seen getting into a car with two guys.
As Vivian undergoes open-heart surgery, Jack and the team search for a missing woman who may be the innocent victim of an identity theft ring. But further investigation reveals that she is linked to international terrorists plotting the assassination of a foreign dignitary.
Martin and Danny attempt to dodge a hail of bullets as a mercenary and his cronies try to kill their true target, an FBI detainee whom the agents are transporting. Despite some quick thinking from Martin, who uses the car as a weapon against the shooters, and Danny, who manages to shoot one of the perpetrators, their prisoner is killed, and Martin is left gravely injured. Now, Jack, Samantha and Danny try not to let their concern for Martin hinder their efforts to hunt down the mercenary, which becomes more complicated once Martin's father, FBI Deputy Director Victor Fitzgerald, and the Department of Homeland Security take active roles in the case. Meanwhile, Vivian's heart surgery appears to have been a success.
The team investigates if 15-year-old whiz kid Ryan Wallace is missing of his own accord in order to execute his elaborate plan to bomb his high school. The agents learn that the missing student is an unpopular worrier who has obsessed about safety issues since his father's fatal mugging. They initially surmise that Ryan's disappearance may have something to do with the school bullies who picked a fight with him at lunch the day prior. However, after determining that it was Ryan who wrote the ominous words "The End" on his own locker and that he created a plan to bomb the school as a means of helping them institute effective security measures, the team members wonder if he's a bomber in hiding or a victimized do-gooder. Meanwhile, Martin returns from his 6-week convalescence.
From the Ashes
The team's newest member, FBI rookie Elena Delgado, formerly of the NYPD, encounters a learning curve as she attempts to help search for missing 20-year-old Dina Kingston. The team soon discovers that Dina is a prostitute whose ransacked apartment contains the charred remains of her black book of clients. Further investigation uncovers that Dina was suddenly desperate for a large sum of money, which caused her to be much less discerning about her clients. The street-savvy Elena, who excelled in the NYPD's vice unit, initially believes this case is better suited for the homicide department. However, the team's subsequent leads and methods make Elena realize that, whether Dina's found dead or alive, Elena has got a great deal to learn about the Missing Persons Squad.
When the backpack and ID of missing college coed Skye Petersen are suddenly dropped off at a thrift store seven years after Jack--and ultimately the legal system--determined she was murdered by her married professor with whom she'd just ended an affair, the team decides to reopen the case. Jack fears that he may have elicited a wrongful murder confession during an intense interrogation with the professor. The thrift store's grainy two-day-old security video shows Skye's belongings being left by a woman who looks remarkably like Skye. As the team reinvestigates this formerly high-profile case, Jack is especially eager to learn the truth, despite knowing that this new evidence may uncover a tragic mistake on his part that has already cost the professor seven years in prison.
The team searches for 25-year-old Korean-American Wendy Kim, who vanishes after a fight with her new boyfriend during her night shift at her parents' deli. The investigation uncovers that Wendy felt stifled by the expectations of her traditional immigrant parents and her custom-bound elder brother, who are ashamed that she ended her engagement to a man from their community. Initially, the team wonders if she's the casualty of a store robbery, if she's been victimized by her new boyfriend or spurned ex-fiancé, or if she simply ran away with the night's cash to start a new life for herself. Numerous additional suspects surface when the team discovers, to the surprise of Wendy's family, that she was also an extremely active member in an Internet dating service.
Jack and Danny head to Mexico to find a wealthy American vacationer who was abducted at gunpoint in front of his new wife, Lydia Costin.
Jack and the team search for a man, Bill Shields, who reportedly let his marriage and career slip away after his teenaged daughter succumbed to leukemia. The investigation leads them to look for a mystery girl featured in an abundance of child porn photos found in the missing man's home.
A Day in the Life
This unique episode, told from the point of view of the missing person's parents, expresses the emotional anguish of the mother and father of a missing 15-year-old boy as the team does its best to find him. Susan and Larry Hopkins desperately call the authorities when they realize their son, Shawn, has missed his curfew. But the team's involvement adds to the Hopkins' feelings of powerlessness, angst and frustration, especially when they're questioned as potential suspects. They begin to resent the team for the seemingly slow pace of the investigation and for not relaying every twist, turn and procedure involved in the search. The Hopkins begin to turn against each other when the team's findings make it clear that Shawn has been involved in much more than the parents knew or imagined.
The team searches for Jack's friend Max Cassidy, a longtime FBI agent who disappears after leaving an emotional message on the answering machine of his wife, FBI agent Anne Cassidy, about the murder of his partner, Jimmy Haggerty. The squad investigates whether the industrial espionage case that Max and Jimmy were working is connected to Jimmy's murder and if Max is now a victim of Jimmy's killer. As a safety precaution, Max had attempted to pull Jimmy from the case, but Jimmy threatened to tell Anne a secret about Max if removed. Now, Jack and the others must consider Anne a possible suspect in her husband's disappearance.
When Darkness Falls
Samantha investigates the case of a woman with amnesia who may not only be a missing person but a murderer. Meanwhile, Jack's father, Frank, who is battling Alzheimer's disease, no longer has the will to live as his condition grows increasingly worse, and Jack feels that he has no choice but to have his father declared incompetent so he can get the treatment he needs.
A dedicated paramedic disappears from a hospital moments after successfully treating a young thug who was wounded in a shootout during which he killed a rival gang member.
When a therapist vanishes, the team suspects that one of her former patients, whose identity is unknown, may have been involved.
While searching for a missing middle school teacher, the team begins to suspect that she may be having an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old student who is also nowhere to be found. Claire Hunter goes missing after losing her temper and punching a man in the face at the gym after he flirted with her disinterested colleague, Angela. The team members initially wonder if the man may be involved in Claire's disappearance, and they also question what motivated the never-married Claire to legally change her surname prior to moving to her current town and job. Additional theories abound once her ex-boyfriend reveals that he recently showed up at her apartment and, despite Claire's insistence that it wasn't how it looked, saw that her young student had just showered there.
Odds or Evens
When an ex-Marine, Andy Reynolds, disappears, Jack learns that Andy was accused of rape, dishonorably discharged and imprisoned in Japan for five years before returning to the U. S. After receiving a video file in which a Japanese woman, Kimiko Asakawa, states that Andy is not the man who raped her, Jack travels to Japan to find Reynolds and determine the true culprit.
While investigating the disappearance of Leah Robinson, the team begins to suspect that she may not be as innocent as her husband and minister think she is. Leah was last seen leaving a Manhattan gallery opening with a man who was arguing with her. When Leah's husband, Ken, is stumped as to the man's identity and Leah's reason for being at that city event, the team explores whether her disappearance could be linked to an affair gone awry. The investigation takes an unexpected turn when the agents learn that Leah had secretly followed her husband on his recent "hunting trip" and seen him with a waitress who was fatally shot days later by a pistol of the same make as the Robinsons'.
The Little Things
The team members attempt to recover a 5-year-old boy, Ethan Heller, who was in the back seat of his family's SUV when it was apparently carjacked. They initially explore the possibility that kidnappers want to secure a hefty ransom from Ethan's affluent parents. However, they soon start to suspect Ethan's father, who his wife and colleagues report has been acting odd lately, and who, per his wife's insistence, has been staying at a hotel for the past week. Upon further investigation, the agents find evidence that the father has been contacted by the kidnappers and is foolishly attempting to handle the matter himself. Meanwhile, Danny notices the telltale signs of prescription painkiller addiction when Martin becomes excessively irritable and makes rash on-the-job decisions.
Check Your Head
The team members search for Rachel, an agoraphobic advice columnist who had not left her apartment in 2 years. While casing her apartment for clues, they ponder the relevance of a walkie-talkie, a box of bullets and a stack of letters from an array of prisoners and oddballs who were seeking her advice and/or threatening her. As the investigators theorize that she may have fallen prey to an obsessed fan or a recently released convict who had been calling her, they also consider the fact that, as a result of her condition, there was an endless stream of delivery and service people coming to her apartment.
The Road Home
After briefly looking for an 18-year-old, the team members realize that the real missing person is 15-year-old Matt Jameson, who was impersonating his former basketball league pal in order to work as a messenger and apprentice locksmith. The team's suspects include a fellow messenger who was found with some of Matt's possessions, a tattooed man who was seen with Matt around the time of his disappearance and a junkie who had recently slashed Matt's arm while burglarizing his apartment. Meanwhile, a concerned Samantha tries to find the underlying cause of Martin's recent tardiness and explosive temper.
The team members search for a pregnant, HIV-positive woman, Megan, who vanished moments after she and her husband saw the ultrasound of their healthy late-term fetus. They remain wary of Megan's husband, Brian, who allegedly left for a business trip after the ultrasound. And they learn that he had a brief affair last year after Megan was diagnosed with HIV, which she contracted during a previous relationship. But the investigators also find out that a blood technician had chastised Megan for putting her child at risk by becoming pregnant. They also probe whether or not Megan's disappearance is connected to an attempted infant abduction at the same hospital three weeks prior, and they look into the relevance of her last incoming cell phone call from a detention center.
More Than This
The team searches for Breck Mulligan, a wealthy young man who disappeared from the inner city shelter for indigent women where he had volunteered as part of his sentence for drug possession. As the agents investigate if Breck was victimized by an abusive husband of one of the shelter residents or by a pimp or drug dealer, they also ponder if Breck, a repeat drug offender, fell back into that dangerous world. Breck's powerful father, Walter, counters that his reformed son was likely kidnapped in the shelter's dicey neighborhood by someone seeking a hefty ransom. After learning that Breck's father had cut Breck off financially following his arrest, the agents also wonder what Breck did to obtain thousands of dollars from "anonymous donors" to keep the shelter open.
Jack and the team work on the case of a young ice dancer, Kelly McMurphy, who has disappeared. They learn that Kelly's brother, Jason, a hockey player, recently died in a car accident. The siblings' father, Pete, had pushed Jason very hard to succeed, and shortly before his death, it was discovered that Jason had been taking steroids. The squad searches for Kelly, who was very close with Jason.
As the team members search for a recent widower, Ted, and his two teenaged kids, they attempt to determine who is responsible for the gunfire that left the missing family's living room splattered with blood. The family was last seen through their partially opened front door by neighbors. After learning that Ted, a new gun owner, remains despondent over his wife's death and his mounting debt, the investigators consider that he may be the one who is responsible for the bloodshed and disappearance. Also under scrutiny are a loan shark who has been hounding Ted, and the delinquent boyfriend of Ted's daughter. The potential suspects and scenarios for this case seem endless to the squad members. With three missing people, there are three times as many reasons for them to have vanished.
When a white girl and a black boy coincidentally vanish on the same night, Jack attempts to counteract Vivian's prediction that the media and FBI will focus more on the white girl's case. Despite Jack's attempts to generate press on both cases, the girl's disappearance garners all of the media attention and, as a result, gets a steady stream of leads. As Vivian anticipated, Jack's superior, Van Doran, orders Jack to allocate more resources to follow up on the leads in the girl's case. This requires diverting FBI attention away from the search for the boy, causing his mother to question Jack.
While investigating the disappearance of a former assistant district attorney, Jack talks to her boyfriend, Alan Davis. When Davis senses that he is in fact a suspect, he goes berserk and causes a shootout in the FBI offices. And in the incident's aftermath, the detectives must continue trying to solve the case, with an added sense of urgency.
In the fifth season premiere, the team searches for a missing 5-year-old boy, Todd, and his father, Randall, after being tipped off by Todd's 12-year-old brother, Bryan, that Randall had kidnapped Todd. At the FBI offices, Bryan remains traumatized after barely escaping the enraged Randall, who foiled Bryan's attempt to sneak Todd out of the house. Bryan reveals that Randall brought Todd home a week ago, claiming to be watching Todd for a few days for a friend. While Samantha attempts to get Bryan to disclose more about Randall without pushing him over the edge, the rest of the team searches for Todd and his kidnapper while also trying to uncover Todd's true identity.
Elena goes undercover as an exotic dancer at a club where a missing stripper, Cindy Peterson, worked, while Danny poses as one of her customers. Peterson is a wife and mother who recently took the job as a stripper to help pay the family's mounting debt. Since the club is the common link between Cindy and a recently murdered fellow dancer, Jack hopes Elena and Danny can get some answers. Meanwhile, Jack and Anne deal with the professional and personal ramifications of her pregnancy.
Jack and the team search for a missing 911 operator, Jessica Lawson. The investigation soon reveals that, in addition to being called by someone who threatened to kill her for interfering with his life, Jessica was also accosted by a man whose wife died while he was seeking Jessica's help on a 911 line. Additionally, although Jessica didn't report the incident to the police, the team learns that before she vanished, someone broke into her apartment and killed her dog. Meanwhile, Elena still feels awkward about kissing Danny while they were undercover on a previous case.
All for One
The team searches for a 15-year-old prisoner, Malia Norton, who disappeared from a girls' detention center after receiving a life-threatening note. The investigation uncovers that Malia was a smart "model resident" who was 13 months into an 18-month sentence for a drunken-driving accident that killed a classmate and crippled her sister's boyfriend. Upon discovering that the detention center's alarm was rigged, Martin wonders if Malia escaped or was a victim of foul play. As the agents probe why Malia was recently manhandled and threatened by other detainees, they also try to locate a man who visited Malia at the facility.
The Damage Done
Jack becomes fixated on using the desperate situation of Sadik Marku, the Albanian mob boss who had an ominous role in one of the team's previous cases, to unearth evidence against him. When Jack gets the FBI involved in the case of Sadik's missing mistress, Julia, and their 8-year-old son, Petros, Samantha questions whether Jack is more interested in going after Sadik or finding his loved ones. During the investigation, the team learns that a neighbor saw a man throw Julia and a blanketed bundle believed to be Petros into the backseat of a car. Among the many suspects in the abduction are rival gangs and mafia members, as well as Sadik's wife.
The Calm Before
In the landmark 100th episode of "Without a Trace," the team searches for a family man, Aaron Gibbs, who has been emotionally haunted and financially harmed by living through and being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Aaron's wife, Sherise, tells the investigators that she last saw Aaron the previous morning when he left their Queens motel room. Supposedly, Aaron had gotten a temporary construction job in New Jersey after being fired from a construction job with his cousin, Chuck Barr. But the team learns that Aaron quit his cousin's job and lied about having found work in New Jersey. Wondering what else Aaron may have been hiding from his wife, the agents entertain theories of foul play and suicide, as well as the possibility that Aaron chose to run away from his mounting financial woes.
All the Sinners, Saints
When a young woman, Katie Duncan, goes missing after a priest performs an exorcism on her, her brother asks Martin for help. Katie had spoken fondly of Martin because she interned at the FBI when Martin was still working on white-collar crimes. Martin and the team soon discover that the priest, who also vanished, was suspected of murder a year ago when a man died during his exorcism. They also learn that Katie scheduled the exorcism because her mental illness, which she had managed with medications for many years, began making her feel like she was possessed by something "dark." Meanwhile, Jack and Anne forge ahead with their plans to buy an apartment together as they prepare for their baby's birth.
After learning that a missing man named Alex Stark lied to his girlfriend of three months about owning a cleaning service, the team wonders how he was living so luxuriously. They soon discover that he has ties to an illegal poker club and that he emptied his account of $48,000 three days prior to his disappearance. Jack goes undercover as a player at the club but, unbeknownst to his team, he is taken hostage by Cynthia Neuwirth, a dangerous acquaintance of Alex's who is convinced that Jack was hired to kill her.
Watch Over Me
The team searches for social worker Eric Hayes, who disappeared after forcibly removing a 7-year-old girl from the home of her violent father and desperate mother. As the team investigates the possibility that the girl's father retaliated against Eric, they also look at the families of the 19 other children with whom Eric has similar dealings. After learning that Eric lamented to his wife that he hadn't made a difference as a social worker and that he recently cleaned out his retirement account, the agents wonder if he simply left in despair. Meanwhile, Danny admits to Martin that this case hits too close to home and is dredging up bad memories of his own sad childhood. And Jack tells Samantha his big news about Anne.
The Thing With Feathers
The team searches for Audrey West, a young mother with one month to live. She was last seen leaving a gathering of fellow cancer patients with Ryan, a guy who crashed the party and stole some of the attendees' prescription drugs. While the team tries to locate Ryan, who they learn is the drug-addicted boyfriend of Audrey's hospice nurse, they also want to question Audrey's boss, renowned architect Brian Gaghan, who had accused Audrey of stealing files and blackmailing him. Meanwhile, Vivian is flooded with disturbing memories of her own health crisis.
The team searches for a 17-year-old high school basketball star, Ted Soros, who vanishes the night he scores the winning basket and secures his team's position in the state championships. Ted's working-class immigrant parents explain that he had become an emancipated minor to join another school district's top-ranked team and attract the notice of college recruiters. However, the agents wonder if Ted's real objective was to move away from his drunken, abusive father, who may have had a role in his disappearance. The agents also try to determine why Ted's coach, Robert Owens, and fellow players are being less than candid about him, and they look into why Ted asked his attorney uncle to clarify when minors get tried as adults for felonies. Meanwhile, Anne delivers some sad news to Jack.
When a regional air traffic controller, Neil Rawlings, goes missing, Jack and the team learn that he had been distracted recently but was otherwise an exemplary employee. But as they dig deeper, they find out that Neil was threatened by a Middle Eastern pilot whom he reported to the authorities for circling a power plant in restricted airspace. Also, Neil owes a lot of money to the hospital where his wife died from injuries sustained in a recent car accident, and his teenage son has gotten deep into debt to drug dealers. After Elena discovers an inconsistency in one of the recordings of the control tower radio transmissions, the investigators try to unravel just how much trouble Neil was in and what happened to him.
The team searches for Barry Rosen, a competitive eating champion who vanishes after winning a $5,000 prize in a chili-eating contest. Barry had been told by a doctor that he needs to stop eating competitively or he might die of a heart attack or stroke. As the detectives question Barry's competitors, they also investigate why he attacked his brother with a knife days before the contest. Meanwhile, Danny is conflicted when his friend Carlos, who is the father of Elena's daughter, asks him to write a letter on Carlos' behalf for the upcoming custody hearing with Elena.
The team searches for Abby Horton, a promising young artist who secretly photographed strangers who were experiencing intense personal moments and then later painted them. As Samantha and Elena survey Abby's ransacked studio, they wonder if she could have fallen prey to someone who was outraged to discover that she had immortalized their private experience. The team soon learns that Abby was recently confronted by an angry male who was depicted in one of her paintings. As the agents attempt to locate this man and another one who was reportedly fighting with Abby in an alley on the day before she went missing, they also try to identify the other potential suspects in her photographs.
Jack and the team search for Jason Turner, a young water plant foreman who disappears hours after his life is threatened by Earl Dooley, a longtime employee who had become enraged when Jason laid him off. Asserting his innocence, Earl tells the agents that Jason gained many enemies during recent widespread layoffs at the plant. The squad also learns that Jason was trying to reconcile with his ex-fiancée, which leads them to wonder if he might have gotten between her and a new man in her life. Meanwhile, Elena continues to have custody problems with her daughter's father, Carlos, who is irate at discovering that his old friend Danny is involved with Elena.
Jack and the squad interrogate a suburban tourist, Rob Darcy, who claims someone kidnapped his wife from their hotel room. But although Rob appears to be completely honest, nothing he says can be verified. After traveling to Rob's home in Pennsylvania, Vivian finally discovers the surprising truth about what happened. Meanwhile, Elena faces a missing-person case that hits too close to home when her daughter is abducted. Immediately suspecting her estranged boyfriend, Carlos, Elena and the others frantically search for him and the girl.
When a high-profile U.S. Senator with a wealthy father goes missing, Jack and the team are forced to do their jobs under intense scrutiny from the media and the government. The Senator had told her husband she was going to an emergency meeting in Washington, but she lied--no one was expecting her there, nor did she ever make it. When no ransom note arrives after 15 hours, Jack starts considering other suspects, including political enemies, a stalker and even the Senator's husband. But the suicide of a devoted former staffer sends the team in a whole new direction.
The team searches for a teenage girl who disappeared after trying to dodge the advances of an aggressive boy. After the guy sent her a shockingly lewd note, she was last seen leaving an Internet café with him following her. Meanwhile, Samantha's estranged sister, Emily Reynolds, attempts to reconnect with her.
Samantha secretly searches for her missing sister, Emily, with only the aid of the local police. But when Jack finds out about Emily's abduction, he insists that the team get involved.
The team searches for an interracial couple's six-year-old son, who was kidnapped from a farmer's market as his mother briefly looked away to make a purchase. The investigators wonder if the boy's estranged, wealthy, white-supremacist paternal grandfather, Joseph Pratt, could be connected to the abduction.
Crash and Burn
The team searches for a stuntman who went missing shortly after completing a dangerous, fiery stunt. They discover that he received a death threat minutes before he vanished from the film set.
One and Only
After signing paperwork ordering a violent husband to vacate his home, beleaguered divorce-court judge Chris Manning disappears. Due to the nature of Chris' work, Martin and Vivian have plenty of suspects to choose from, but investigating the extremely private judge's personal life leads them to a few more people who could have wanted him dead. He might have been romantically involved with a woman from one of his cases, and he was also photographed hiring a prostitute. But when evidence surfaces that Chris was involved in something much more malicious, the detectives wonder if he purposely went missing.
Two of Us
The team searches for a teenage girl who vanished during her high school prom. Witnesses reported that the girl left the festivities to rest alone in her hotel room upstairs.
In the fifth season finale, the team searches for a missing 13-year-old girl whose mother fears she fell prey to a fierce neighborhood drug dealer. Meanwhile, Jack tries to figure out how to protect Elena from her vindictive ex-husband after her legal case against him, regarding the abduction of their daughter from Elena's home, falls apart.
In the sixth season premiere, Jack and the squad search for a celebrity couple's Sudanese 2-year-old adopted son, who is kidnapped from his home. The team considers if the abduction is connected to his parents' celebrity or the boy's native country.
The team members investigate when a man and his 18-year-old daughter mysteriously go missing. They suspect that the father's hazardous job as a professional crime-scene cleaner is somehow connected to the pair's disappearance.
The team investigates the disappearance of a grieving woman and tries to determine whether or not she went missing while trying to rescue her son in Central America. The mother believed he was being held prisoner and tortured, and had possibly been killed, while doing volunteer work in Guatemala.
The team members search for a woman who disappeared after the police killed her boyfriend. They wonder if the missing woman's brother, a drug dealer and violent gang leader, is connected to the abduction.
The team members try to locate a woman who disappeared in the aftermath of an office shooting. They suspect that she went on the run in order to prevent a dark secret from being revealed.
Where and Why
In the second part of a two-part crossover episode that began on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the FBI team and Gil Grissom search for a pattern that will help them capture a suspected serial killer.
The team members search for a male college student who vanished after making provocative, racist statements about African Americans to an acquaintance during a classroom discussion. Their investigation leads to the discovery of a family secret that could be connected to the man's disappearance.
When an ultimate fighter disappears after winning a match, the team discovers he knew a lot of people that could have been responsible for his abduction. One suspect is a childhood enemy who was recently released from prison.
One Wrong Move
When an ex-con who has recently been released from prison goes missing, the team questions whether her past mistakes, including embezzling money from former clients, may have come back to haunt her.
Claus and Effect
A college student -- and former child prodigy -- receives a death threat and subsequently disappears while working in a mall as a department store Santa. The team tries to determine whether the student had been using his genius for criminal endeavors.
The team attempts to locate Scott Lucas, a private investigator who has gone missing while doing undercover surveillance. Due to Lucas's line of work and reputation for getting the job done -- including exposing people's secrets -- the list of suspects is long.
The team investigates the case of a woman who vanished from the veteran's hospital where she was doing community service work. The team considers if the woman's disappearance could be linked to her connection to a radical antiwar group, or to her father's struggles as a Vietnam vet. Grant Mars helps Vivian track a suspect.
Jack tries to find a doctor who has performed illegal abortions on women forced to work as prostitutes in a human trafficking ring headed by Franklin Romar. When Jack doesn't turn up, the team fears the worst.
A Bend In the Road
While Jack fights for his life in the hospital, the team searches for Diana, a 16-year-old heart transplant patient who disappeared after cheerleading practice. The team tries to determine if her curiosity about the boy whose heart saved her life may be the reason for her disappearance. And Brian Donovan, the father of Samantha's unborn baby, shows up.
The team searches for a man who disappears after miraculously waking from a three-year coma, and uncovers a dark secret the man discovered while piecing together faint memories of life before his accident.
A Dollar and a Dream
The FBI suspects foul play is involved in the disappearance of a lottery winner who has vanished after coming into millions. Meanwhile, Jack runs a background check on Brian Donovan, the father of Samantha's unborn baby, and discovers some troubling information about him.
The team tries to locate a tow truck driver who rescues a young boy and becomes a hero -- and then vanishes.
Five people with a curious connection are abducted at the same time from a coffee shop, and the team is called to investigate the unusual disappearance. Meanwhile, Sam prepares for the birth of her baby, and FBI psychiatrist Clare Bryson returns.
In the seventh season premiere, the team searches for a man whose daughter went missing years ago and wonders if his connection to a couple who are also missing a child is somehow related. Meanwhile, Jack tries to adjust to life with his new boss.
22 x 42
The team is called in when an up-and-coming executive at an upscale clothing company is abducted from a taxi after attending a rooftop party in Manhattan. Meanwhile, Clark Medina continues to make his presence known as new head of the Missing Persons Squad.
While searching for a missing white-collar criminal who disappears on his way to testify against a former associate, the team discovers there's more to the story.
The team investigates when the teenage son of a Secret Service agent disappears. They discover a long-festering secret that sets in motion a deadly chain of events.
Rise and Fall
After a child is kidnapped from a shopping mall, the new head of the squad, Clark Medina, shifts all resources to the abduction, This forces the team to drop the case they were working on, involving a missing victim's advocate, leaving only Martin to wrap it up.
Live to Regret
A bank manager goes missing after an argument with a mysterious man. The team tries to find the manager, who forecloses on people's homes, and discovers a deep, dark secret which may be related to her disappearance. Meanwhile, Jack is reinstated as head of the department.
The team tries to find a missing paraplegic who was injured in a car accident two years earlier. During the investigation they discover he had been keeping a shocking secret, which may have caused his disappearance.
Jack and Samantha travel to Los Angeles to follow the trail of a man who disappears after attending his employee's funeral. The case takes a turn when the agents discover the true reason for the missing man's West Coast trip. Plus, during the investigation in L.A., Jack and Samantha rekindle their relationship.
Push Comes to Shove
The team tries to determine if a doctor's past is somehow connected to her disappearance after she vanishes from a hospital after helping a patient.
Cloudy With a Chance of Gettysburg
The team investigates the disappearance of a local television weatherman who goes missing after he shows up to work bleeding from his side.
The team believes they're investigating a custodial kidnapping case after a 13-year-old girl, last seen with her mother, vanishes. But the case turns ominous when the agents discover the teenager has a secret life. Meanwhile, Jack and Samantha's relationship hits a speed bump.
The team searches for a missing bar owner who possesses a religious statue which is believed to create miracles.
The team searches for Elena's former partner, an undercover cop who goes missing after a sting. During the investigation, Elena is forced to face the repercussions of her own past actions as she races to find her friend.
Friends and Neighbors
The team searches for two women who were abducted in broad daylight, two neighbors taken from a suburban home. The case takes a surprising turn when the agents discover the identity of the abductor.
The team searches for a man who is abducted while posing as a college student and discovers he has been faking his identity for years.
The team searches for a mother and her infant son who disappear after attending a self-defense class.
The team searches for a missing trial consultant and tries to narrow down the list of suspects involved with his disappearance. Meanwhile, Samantha and Jack adjust to Brian spending more time with their son, Finn.
During the search for a missing psychologist, the team discovers the victim's brother was imprisoned for serial rape, making them question if his past is connected to the disappearance. Meanwhile, Martin's relationship with Kim heats up.
As the team searches for a missing high-end Russian matchmaker, the agents find they have no shortage of suspects.
The team tries to locate the son of a billionaire who disappears after piloting a small plane that crashes in the woods.
The team searches for a missing journalist who recently graduated from reporting celebrity gossip to writing hard-hitting stories for an online magazine. The reporter recently wrote an exposé about a corrupt politician and the team questions whether the subject of her story is to blame for her disappearance.
The team tries to locate a teenager who was last seen in an amateur video being psychologically tormented by an unseen abductor.
Jack grudgingly agrees to search for his daughter Hannah's boyfriend who disappears after he runs away from home in Chicago to be with her in New York.
The team searches for a man who goes missing after a late-night dive and try to zero in on who may be responsible for his disappearance. Meanwhile, Danny and Elena take their relationship to another level.