In big cities, which, undoubtedly, is St. Petersburg, people often move and do not live by registration. Finding the address of a lost person can be tricky. Success will depend on the information you have, on the rarity of his name and the length of time he has lived in the city.
Try to remember as much as possible about this person. His exact name, surname and patronymic, year and place of birth. His phone number can be of great help. Flip through all the old phone books, perhaps you will find his number, even an invalid one. Call acquaintances who may have it. Remember, perhaps in a conversation he mentioned what kind of transport he uses, what institutions and shops are in his area, what school he studied or what clinic he serves. All this will help narrow down the geography of your search.
Find as many telephone directories of St. Petersburg as possible. The old print edition, which indicates the address by last name, is especially suitable. It often happens that a city number has been removed, but people continue to live in this house. Some electronic telephone directories also provide not only a telephone number, but also an address.
If you are in St. Petersburg, contact the Central Address Bureau at the address - Liteiny Prospekt, building 6. Come there in person and fill out the form according to the information that you have. If the information you are interested in is available, it will be provided to you for a fee.
Use electronic databases such as www.nomer.org/spb, spb.telkniga.com, interweb.spb.ru/phone. The more accurate the information you enter, the smaller the list of suggested addresses will be. Enter the information you have and click search. The system will provide you with the list itself. Knowing his last name, first name and patronymic, email address and exact date of birth, there is a good chance of finding him on social networks.
List the most suitable addresses. Call or visit each of them in person. If an independent search does not return any results, try using the services of private detectives.