[UPDATE]Missing woman found

Thi Huyen Trinh was located after being reported missing on Sunday.

Thi Huyen Trinh

Surrey RCMP now says Thi Huyen Trinh has been found safe after being reported missing on Sunday.

Mounties thanked the public for its assistance.

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Surrey Mounties are asking for public assistance in finding a woman went missing on the weekend.

Thi Huyen Trinh,  27, was last seen on Sunday (Feb. 26) at about 12:30 p.m. in the 14800-block of 105 Avenue .

She is described as an Asian female, slender build, 5’ 4”, 110 lbs, has brown eyes, dark brown hair with purple stripes. She has a number of ear piercings in both ears, as well as a tattoo on the back of her neck.

It is not known what clothing she is presently wearing.

She is believed to be associated to a white 2014 Audi A4, with B.C. licence plate DW2 61R.

Surrey RCMP is asking that anyone who may know of her whereabouts, may  have seen her or the vehicle to call the Surrey R.C.M.P. at 604-599-0502 or to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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