Trina Hunt Wiki – Trina Hunt Bio
Trina Hunt was a Port Moody woman who was missing since January has been found, and her death is now considered a homicide, police say.
Police suspect foul play and are investigating her death as a possible murder, according to a press release from the Lower Mainland’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT).
She was 48 years old.
Trina Hunt Missing
Trina Hunt was reported missing on January 18, 2021, by her husband Iain Hunt, who reports she was last seen at 6 am when he left their residence for work; when he returned from work, Trina could not be located, and the household was unlocked. Trina’s keys and cell phone were left at the house, and there were no apparent signs of a struggle.
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The family, supported by community members, immediately started a search of the immediate area. The area of Heritage mountain Port Moody is a residential suburb surrounded by paths and forests. Trina was not known to venture off the main trails, not advise others of her location or leave her items at home.
Now, police say Hunt’s body was found in the morning of March 29th in the Silver Creek area of Hope, according to an IHIT press release. That’s more than 120 Kilometres away from her home. Homicide detectives immediately took control of the investigation and worked with the BC Coroners Service over the last month to identify the body correctly.
Trina was happily married to her husband, Iain Hunt, CEO of Cleantech in Richmond, BC. Reported the last contact with Trina other than her husband was a Friday, January 15 morning.
In a news release, homicide investigators said police have been working with the BC Coroners Service to identify the remains since they were found “in the area south of Silver Creek in Hope, B.C.” around 10 a.m. on March 29.
“The circumstances were deemed suspicious and IHIT took conduct of the investigation,” investigators said.
Now that the deceased has been identified as Hunt, IHIT is working with Port Moody police on the case.
“The missing person investigation of Trina Hunt has now transitioned into a case of homicide,” said IHIT spokesperson Sgt. Frank Jang in the release. “As this is an active and ongoing investigation, there will be no further details provided at this time.”