All Missing Person Locations in Dead Island 2

Here's how to locate each missing person in Dead Island 2 and claim your rewards.

Halperin Hotel in Dead Island 2
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In Dead Island 2, the densely populated city that was once Los Angeles is now overrun with the undead. Throughout the game, there are 15 Lost & Found quests to complete, consisting of Lost & Found Weapon quests and Lost & Found Missing Person quests.

You can initiate these side quests by finding specific collectibles or by checking for new posters on the Missing Persons Report Board in the Sterling Hotel. While optional, Lost & Found quests are worth the trouble of completing, as they often lead to legendary weapons and rewards.

Each Missing Persons Report provides clues as to where you can locate lost individuals. To save you the headache, we’ve compiled a list of each missing person and their location in Dead Island 2.

Missing PersonLocationQuest DetailsReward
JamalHalperin HotelKill all zombies near the two security huts to find Jamal’s car key. Use the key to unlock the crate on his truck with the plate number 8TGPCV7. A note will reveal Jamal was the zombie who dropped the key.1,500 XP
LauraHalperin HotelHead to the police station, marked on the Venice Beach map. Clues will suggest Laura is still locked in a cell. The key can be found on a Police Chief at Venice Hot Dogs. Return to the station to unlock the cell, where Laura is already a zombie.1,500 XP
DavisHalperin HotelIn the Northeast Point of Venice Beach, look for the Blue Crab Grill. On a nearby bus, a clue found on the steps will point to the pier. Check the buses near the pier to find Davis, who has become a Crusher.1,500 XP and 1x Improvised Hammer
PabloVenice BeachClues will lead to Rose’s Tattoo Parlor and Muscle Beach Nutrition. Use a circuit breaker at Venice Auto to enter the nutrition shop, then head to a nearby marijuana dispensary. A zombie in the alley has the shop key; obtain it to find Pablo inside the dispensary.2,000 XP and 1x Fire Axe
ShaneVenice BeachNear the lifeguard huts, check one nearest to Blue Crab Grill. A clue leads to Hut 18. There, kill an undead Nell to find a clue that points to HQ near the pier. Kill a Crusher named TJ to reveal a note stating Shane is gone.2,000 XP
SteveMonarch Studios/Beverly HillsGo to Sound Stage 3 at Monarch Studios to find clues on the kitchen steps and on a bed. Head to the trailer on Action Alley to kill a zombie named Sergio and take his phone. Go to Beverly Hills to save Steve by luring three zombie types to his home and taking them out.2,500 XP and 1x Krakatoa
GregOcean AvenueGo to a parking garage by Stoker Pl and Silicon St to find Greg. You then need to clear a path through the undead. To do this, go to a higher level in the garage and find a circuit breaker in a truck. Take it to storage to turn on the power, and return to Greg. Unfortunately, he can’t be saved.2,000 XP and 1x Metal Bat
NadiaThe MetroGo to the Metro and search a bit North to find Nadia’s map on the wall. This will tell you where she is and give you locations where you can find numbers for the code to her room. Search thoroughly; the code will be 0268. Nadia is a zombie, so you’ll have to kill her to finish the quest.2,500 XP
RainierOcean Avenue/Hollywood BoulevardGo to Dr. Reed’s Lab on Ocean Avenue and kill a Slobber for a clue. Head to Hollywood Blvd and locate a clue on shelves in a maintenance area. You’ll find Rainier is locked in a supply closet; kill Lenny to get the key. It turns out Rainier is a zombie, so you’ll need to take him out.2,500 XP and Superior Melee Puncturator Mod

In the process of locating each missing person in Dead Island 2, you’ll need to take out hordes of the undead. Be sure to come prepared on your mission to complete each Lost & Found Missing Person quest. Learn more about zombie types and in-game quests with the help of our Dead Island 2 guides.

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