Surrey RCMP are looking for Trina Bird (left) who police believe was the victim of an alleged forcible confinement incident in Whalley on July 5. Police are also trying to find a “person of interest” named Terrance Desnomie (pictured right). (Photos: Police handout)

UPDATE: Victim, person of interest found, police say, related to woman seen being ‘forcibly confined’ in Surrey car

Surrey RCMP report today Trina Bird and Terrance Desnomie located ‘unharmed in the Vancouver area’

UPDATE: The Surrey RCMP reported today that Trina Bird and Terrance Desnomie were located “unharmed in the Vancouver area” at about 12:30 a.m. July 8 and “as the investigation is ongoing, no further information will be provided at this time.”

Surrey RCMP are looking for a victim and a person of interest after witnesses reported seeing a woman being “forcibly confined” in a small black car in Whalley Thursday morning.

The “suspicious occurrence” happened near 108th Avenue and King George Boulevard at approximately 11:30 a.m. on July 5, police say.

Surrey RCMP are concerned for the well-being of the victim, who they have identified as 40-year-old Trina Bird.

Bird is described as First Nations, 5’6” tall, 190 lbs, with long black hair that may be dyed pink, and brown eyes.

Police are also looking for a person of interest that they’ve identified as 41-year-old Terrance Desnomie.

Desnomie is described as First Nations, 5’9” tall, 196 lbs, with black hair, a moustache, stubble, and brown eyes.

Surrey RCMP also hope the public can help them locate a vehicle in connection to the case. Police are looking for a black 2015 Nissan Versa, bearing a B.C. licence plate of FE2 30D (pictured below).

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Anyone with information that may assist in locating the vehicle is asked to call the Surrey RCMP Serious Crime Section at 604-599-0502, or, to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, quoting file number 2018-97184.

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