HONOLULU - Every year in the United States, over 600,000 individuals go missing -- and in 2018, two women went missing every three days. Those who remain missing for over one year are classified at "cold cases."

So VivintSource.com asked the question, which states are people most likely to go missing? Making the top ten list of states -- Hawaii.

"A missing person is defined as “anyone whose whereabouts is unknown whatever the circumstances of disappearance.” VivintSource.com

Recent report findings show that the Aloha State currently has 107 open missing persons cases.

That means for every 100,000 residents, there's 7.5 missing people -- bringing Hawaii to the #8 spot on the list.

"As of January 2019, there are 106 children currently missing who were younger than a year old when they went missing," the VivintSource.com article read.

With 2,133 people missing, California has the most missing persons in total. Rhode Island has the least, with only 20 people missing.