Canada TRINA HUNT: Missing from Port Moody, BC - 18 Jan 2021 - Age 48 *Found Deceased*

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Police call on public in case of missing 48-year-old Port Moody woman​

Port Moody police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 48-year-old woman.

Trina Hunt was last seen at her home Jan. 18 at 6 a.m., according to a spokesperson for the Port Moody Police Department.


'It's chaos': Massive search underway for missing Port Moody woman​

A sweeping search and investigation are underway for a 48-year-old Port Moody woman reported missing after her husband came home to an empty house.

Trina Hunt was last reported seen Jan. 18 at around 6 a.m. at her Heritage Woods home when her husband left for work. When he returned, she was nowhere to be found, prompting a call to the Port Moody Police Department, police spokesperson Sgt. Ian Morrison said.

That evening a Coquitlam Search and Rescue ground crew was deployed to the area around her house, where volunteer rescuers combed the nearby trails and wilderness area for the woman in the first of two eight-hour operational periods, said Coquitlam SAR president Tom Zajac.

In the nearly 48 hours since Hunt was first reported missing, Sgt. Morrison confirmed Port Moody police, an RCMP helicopter and a canine unit have all joined the search. “Folks need to be aware they may see the helicopter in the area again,” said Sgt. Morrison.


MEDIA - TRINA HUNT: Missing from Port Moody, BC since 18 Jan 2021 - Age 48
 
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Community search for missing Port Moody woman on hold as police ask for dash cam video​

A large community search to find a missing woman from Port Moody, B.C., has been put on hold while police search for more evidence about what happened to her.

Large groups of volunteers have spent the past few days combing through the dense forest and parks of the Heritage Mountain area for any sign of Hunt, but on Thursday night police and the family announced that the community ground search is on hold.

"Our family has been overwhelmed with gratitude for the countless hours spent searching Heritage Mountain by hundreds of volunteers," Hunt's family said in a statement distributed by police.

The police department has put out a call for anyone who may have dash cam footage taken on Heritage Mountain on Jan. 18 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. to come forward, along with anyone with relevant home surveillance footage who has not yet spoken with investigators.
 

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Community search for missing Port Moody woman on hold as police ask for dash cam video​

A large community search to find a missing woman from Port Moody, B.C., has been put on hold while police search for more evidence about what happened to her.

Large groups of volunteers have spent the past few days combing through the dense forest and parks of the Heritage Mountain area for any sign of Hunt, but on Thursday night police and the family announced that the community ground search is on hold.

"Our family has been overwhelmed with gratitude for the countless hours spent searching Heritage Mountain by hundreds of volunteers," Hunt's family said in a statement distributed by police.

The police department has put out a call for anyone who may have dash cam footage taken on Heritage Mountain on Jan. 18 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. to come forward, along with anyone with relevant home surveillance footage who has not yet spoken with investigators.
"Officers say Hunt was last seen Monday morning by her husband at home as he left for work. When he returned to find her missing, he immediately called 911."

so what was going on that he "immediately" called 911 upon coming home and her not there? Why would one immediately assume she was missing? Couldn't she have simply been on a walk, running errands, etc?
 

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"Officers say Hunt was last seen Monday morning by her husband at home as he left for work. When he returned to find her missing, he immediately called 911."

so what was going on that he "immediately" called 911 upon coming home and her not there? Why would one immediately assume she was missing? Couldn't she have simply been on a walk, running errands, etc?
Yes, right off the bat I have the same questions. Let’s clear the hubby first.
 

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Still no signs of Port Moody woman as volunteer ground search wraps up​

Those closest to a missing woman in Port Moody say they’re not giving up hope, even as the volunteer search for the 48-year-old is put on hold.

Police are still asking for security and dashcam footage from the Heritage Mountain area with the hopes of figuring out where Trina Hunt may be.

Port Moody investigators are looking for footage from anyone who drove in the area between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m., Jan. 18. People who live in the area are also asked to provide video they may have from that time frame.


Massive community search effort for missing Port Moody woman now on hold​

Volunteers showed up all day long at a community-based command centre in Port Moody’s Heritage Mountain neighbourhood, as a large local search effort continued for missing woman Trina Hunt.

In a statement provided through the Port Moody Police Department Thursday evening, Hunt's family thanked volunteers for their efforts, but said the community search effort was winding down.

"Our family has been overwhelmed with gratitude for the countless hours spent searching Heritage Mountain by hundreds of volunteers," the statement reads. "At this time, the community ground search is on hold and the volunteer command centre will wrap up this evening. The family continues to work with the police and hope that clues to her disappearance will be found."
 

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Could be!

I'm not attached to any theory right now. Obviously they're gonna look at the husband, because that's were you should start. But she could have actually gone on a walk and been abducted. Or gotten into a vehicle and left with someone.
Agreed. There isn't enough information out there yet to come up with one scenario over another.
 

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Foul play not suspected in Port Moody woman’s disappearance, police say​

Port Moody police say foul play is not suspected in the case of a woman who has been missing since Monday.

Police issued a brief media release Friday, saying they did not suspect foul play, and saying Hunt’s family had been completely cooperative with investigators.

“We thank them for their support of our ongoing investigation,” police said.
 

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Foul play not suspected in Port Moody woman’s disappearance, police say​

Port Moody police say foul play is not suspected in the case of a woman who has been missing since Monday.

Police issued a brief media release Friday, saying they did not suspect foul play, and saying Hunt’s family had been completely cooperative with investigators.

“We thank them for their support of our ongoing investigation,” police said.
Aha. Would like to know why they so quickly ruled out foul play. Maybe she did leave a message?
 

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Virtual candlelight vigil to be held Sunday for missing Port Moody woman​

On Sunday, Port Moody residents and supporters are being asked to light a candle for Trina Hunt around 4:30 p.m., take a photo of the candle and to share it on social media with the hashtags #comehometrina and #findtrinahunt.
 

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Family of Trina Hunt promises to 'explore all avenues' as search hits seventh day​

Family and friends of a Port Moody woman who has been missing for seven days will continue to “explore all avenues” in the hopes of finding Trina Hunt, whose disappearance last week generated a massive search involving police, volunteer search and rescue teams as well as friends and neighbours.

As of Jan. 25, Port Moody police had no new information to report.

But the family and friends of Trina Hunt said they would continue their search efforts as well as support the family of the 48-year-old woman who was last seen Jan. 18.


In a statement to the Tri-City News, Staff Sgt. Brad Sheridan said there are no plans for a press release or press conference at this time and PMPD “will not be discussing future investigational steps.”

However in earlier statements last week, the PMPD said that members of the Coquitlam Search and Rescue “stand ready to assist us,” and that Trina’s family have been cooperative and “foul play is not suspected.”

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Family and friends of missing Port Moody woman post video appeal for help​

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‘Trina is our heart’: Family and friends of missing B.C. woman post video to raise awareness​

Family and friends of a missing Port Moody woman aren’t giving up hope they’ll find their loved one.

On Wednesday, a video containing photos and a description the 48 year-old was posted to Facebook, titled “Action Needed.”

Police are still actively investigating the case. Officers are looking for any video shot in the Heritage Mountain area on January 18, between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.
 

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