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The disappearance of a child usually means the breaking up of an entire family. According to incomplete statistics from UNICEF, approximately 1.2 million children are trafficked globally each year. In most cases, these children will face the possibility of being resold, harmed or even killed. Traditional methods of distributing missing persons notices are limited in physical space. Therefore, we can use modern logistics systems covering both urban and rural areas to distribute missing children information to target areas, especially to help find children who have been missing for a long time and to collect clues from remote rural residents.