Locating a Missing Person in Queens, Brooklyn, NYC or Connecticut
When I was a kid, I remember sitting in the car on the way to my grandmother’s home in Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn and looking forward to visiting with my cousins, who were also on the yearly pilgrimage from Fresh Meadows. We couldn’t wait to see each other and to dig into my grandmother’s delicious lemon meringue pie, which she would keep on her bedroom dresser to cool down until dessert time. Her kitchen was too small to hold the mountain of food she had prepared, so the desserts were stored there until it was time to bring them out. I would sneak in and take the little brown bits off the meringue peaks and eat them when no one was around (never trust a dessert not to be touched with me around).
As I grew up, I still make that pilgrimage for the holidays, although now it is to my in-laws in Valley Stream, Long Island. We take that drive every year, listening to “Alice’s Restaurant” and talk about the holidays when we were kids and how much things have changed, or not changed, like my brother-in-law’s pumpkin soup, which has become a tradition that is a far cry from my grandmother’s kugel.
This year is especially difficult for all of us. In-person visits have been replaced with “Zoom calls.” When I was a kid, “Zoom” was a show that kids watched in the ’70s, and not the main way for family and friends to communicate at the holidays. Instead of “pass the potatoes” it has become “pass the hand sanitizer.” My wife will be doing her “Black Friday” shopping from the dining room on her computer instead of in line at 5 am at the mall. Yes, the world is quite a bit different than in years past. It has made us all grateful for what we have, and long for the things (and people) that we took for granted would always be there.
But whether you are spending Thanksgiving in person or remotely, the holidays are still a time to be in touch with family and friends. It is also a time when, inevitably, you start to think of those special people that you have lost touch with over the years and how you wish you could somehow reconnect. We always get those calls around the holidays which usually involve trying to track down a family member or friend that no one has heard from in a long time. Wouldn’t it be great to find them and reconnect? How wonderful would it be to ring in the New Year with your cousin that you grew up with and haven’t spoken to in decades? What about your best friend from high school? Or perhaps that special “one that got away” and you still think about? What better time than now to reach out and start forming new memories than the holiday season?
The holiday season can be a wonderful time to reconnect with family and friends. When you start to think about all those special memories as you sit at the Thanksgiving table, whether it is in person or virtually this year, don’t you wish you knew how to contact them? Why not hire a private investigator to make that wish a reality? We have been reconnecting people for decades. It is one of our specialties and quite frankly, one of our favorite parts of the business. We have access to several proprietaries and private national databases, deep web searches, and contacts in the investigative community at our disposal to help us locate the person that you have lost touch with. We have access to information that the general public cannot access, which in turn will give you much more accurate and reliable results. While other investigators may simply give you what they see on a screen, we take our searches to the next level by verifying the information personally to assure you that they are where we believe them to be. Many times it involves a “boots on the ground” approach which means going to the potential locations to visit the person. We have one of the highest success rates in the industry and love a happy ending as much as you do.
So this holiday season, when you reminisce with your siblings about Cousin Donna in Long Island City or Uncle Daniel in Jamaica Queens, why not take the next step and call us to help you actually reconnect with them and start new memories. Then in years to come at the Thanksgiving table you can recall the time that you called them and how wonderful it is to be sharing the holidays with them, whether in person or virtually (let’s assume next year it’s in person). This can happen. All you need to do is take the first step and contact us. We are ready to start when you are. Now, where’s that lemon meringue pie?
Investigreat, LLC is a recognized full-service Private Investigation Agency that is fully licensed, insured, and bonded in Jamaica, Long Island City, and CT, handling cases in Queens NY, Brooklyn NY, the Bronx, Manhattan, Long Island NY and all of Connecticut. Adam Dornfeld, along with his wife, Terri, have been working cases from missing persons and surveillance to worker’s compensation and all general investigation services since 1992.
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