Find Missing Trinity Upward!

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Find Missing Trinity Upward!

Find Missing Trinity Upward!

Find missing Trinity Upward!
Did she simply leave of her own accord as a runaway?
Or has she experienced foul play?
Can both have happened?
Where is Trinity?

Find Missing Trinity Upward!
Details

Find missing Trinity Upward! Trinity is a missing teen girl who is 14 years of age. She was last seen in the Town of Peterborough. This is located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Trinity was last seen on July 21, 2017. Upward reportedly has ties to Manchester, New Hampshire, and Hooksett, New Hampshire. Other than this, virtually no details in Trinity’s disappearance are available. POlice have classified her, at this point, as a runaway.

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Description

Trinity is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’6” tall and she 200 pounds. Upward has long blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a green t-shirt and black shorts. Trinity wears glasses and was carrying a backpack. She seems no have no known distinguishing physical marks. There is no known Description of piercings, tattoos, birthmarks, or scars.

The Peterborough Police Department is handling Trinity’s case. Under their post about Trinity, someone posted a comment on August 2, 2017.

I was checking online to see if Trinity had been found yet. My search brought me to her father’s obituary in December 2014. Listed were relatives in NH and Oregon. I am sharing parts of the obituary here in the slim chance that the police were not yet aware of these relatives. Here is the excerp. “PETERBOROUGH – Mark S. Upward, 47, began his journey through life on Oct. 25, 1967 in Corvallis, Oregon. His journey came to an end abruptly and unexpectedly on Dec. 6, 2014 in Peterborough, due to complications after surgery….
Those left to mourn his departure are his beloved daughter, Trinity Upward of Jaffrey; his mother, Beth Boyd of Sweet Home, Ore.; his siblings, Sandra Holley of Philomath, Ore., Christine Chase of Sweet Home, Ore., Justin Upward of Peterborough, Leland Upward of Lebanon, Ore., Margo Upward of Manchester, Jerry Upward of Beaverton, Ore., and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. His father Jerry Lee Upward departed on Mar. 31, 2011.” -Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

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Let’s Help

Trinity Upward is missing under unknown circumstances. Information in her case is much limited. On the PD page, some commented that Trinity is the captain of her dance team. And according to the PD news release, Trinity is classified as an Endangered Runaway. But that does not mean she’s safe. A missing person is missing no matter how or why they went missing. Her family are quite concerned about her safety and well-being and want her home. Share
so that someone (s) with information can be reached. Have you seen Trinity Upward? You are urged to call 9-1-1 immediately. Do you have information that can help locate her? You are advised to contact the Peterborough Police Department. Call them at: (603) 924-6050.

A Press release confirms Trinity’s missing status. Click here to read the article.

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