Charity Musial from "The First 48: Missing Persons" is one of the police detectives featured in the A&E reality series.

Before joining the Chicago Police Department 25 years ago, Det. Charity Musial served as a sergeant in the Army Reserves and studied to become an x-ray technician. After a dozen years searching for missing persons, she finds every case a new challenge. "You can think of a thousand scenarios of what might have happened. You have to figure out which one is real."

Det. Musial is a avid sports fan and a Blackhawks fanatic. She's won several national amateur bowling championships.


Where does she live? Find out here.

Current Residence: Chicago, IL

'The First 48: Missing Persons' Season 2 Returns with More Harrowing Cases — Premiering Thursday, March 15, the sophomore season of the crime and justice program contends with kidnappings, potential suicides and a labyrinth of city tunnels. Read more...

Who is she dating? What do you think of her?

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