Trina Hunt Killed : The remaining parts of a Port Moody lady missing since January have been found, and her demise is currently viewed as a crime, police say.
The Lower Mainland’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said in a tweet Saturday that human remaining parts found in Hope, B.C. on March 29 are those of 48-year-old Trina Hunt, who was most recently seen alive at her Port Moody home on Jan. 18.
“This is presently a crime case. Unfairness suspected,” IHIT said in its tweet.
In a news discharge, manslaughter agents said police have been working with the BC Coroners Service to distinguish the remaining parts since they were found “in the space south of Silver Creek in Hope, B.C.” around 10 a.m. on March 29.
“The conditions were considered dubious and IHIT took lead of the examination,” specialists said.
Since the expired has been distinguished as Hunt, IHIT is working with Port Moody police looking into the issue. “The missing individual examination of Trina Hunt has now progressed into an instance of murder,” said IHIT representative Sgt. Blunt Jang in the delivery. “As this is a functioning and progressing examination, there will be no further subtleties given as of now.”
In a proclamation posted on Facebook, Hunt’s family said thanks to the local area for its assistance in the quest for her and requested protection as they grieve their misfortune.