CAN you help find these men and women from Sussex who have been missing for three years or more?

Pictures and details of the men and women are listed on the Missing People website.

Missing People is a charity which helps trace people who have disappeared and supports people who are struggling to cope with the disappearance of a relative or friend.

Missing people themselves are also encouraged to call the charity's free, 24-hour, confidential helpline on 116 000.

There are 30 people from Sussex, or with connections to the county, who are currently listed as missing on the Missing People website.

We will be listing six every week in the hope new information comes to light.

Eddie Gibson

The Argus:

Eddie was 19 when he went missing on October 20, 2004.

The former University of Leeds student, originally from Hove, went missing in Cambodia a week before he was due to fly home.

His family previously said they believed he was robbed and killed in Poipet, on the Thai border.

Malcolm Leeves

The Argus:

The last thing anyone heard from Malcolm Leeves, from Bexhill was a note he left at his home which said: "I'm going out."

This was on June 22 at about 8pm in 2016.

His friends and family said his disappearance is out of character and they think he might be unwell.

They are extremely worried about him and just want to know he is okay.

Malcolm was 42 when he went missing.

He is 5ft 9in, slim, with cropped, dark-brown hair and blue eyes.

Joyce Wells

The Argus:

Mrs Wells was last seen at her Bexhill home in 2008 when her daughter visited her.

The 73-year-old pensioner was due to see her daughter again on Friday evening but was not at home when she arrived.

Mrs Wells had left personal items, including her handbag and her disappearance is out of character.

Concern has grown because of the cold, wintry weather conditions over the weekend.

Mrs Wells is white and 5ft 2in with short, wavy grey hair.

Lingshan Lin

The Argus:

The Chinese national arrived in Brighton for a language course in 2006..

The 11-year-old arrived in May with Beijing language group Sky Dynamic.

She spent their first night with a host family in Glebe Villas, Hove, and began classes at Brighton and Hove City College on Monday.

She was last seen near the house, after getting off a 49 bus, at 5.45pm the same day.

Helen Oworo

The Argus:

The 16-year-old Helen Oworo was last seen in Littlehampton on January 6, 2006.

Bankoku Sasagawa

The Argus:

Architect Bankoku Sasagawa, was 43 years old when he went missing on the way from Sussex to London.

He was last seen at 5.30pm on May 12, 2010, after his friend left him at Arundel Railway Station.