Peterborough police: Trinity Upward found in Manchester

  • —Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 12:28PM

A Peterborough teenager missing for several weeks has been located, unharmed, according to Peterborough police.

Trinity Upward, 14, of Peterborough, had not been seen by her guardians since July 21, when she seemingly went to bed in the evening. She was gone by morning, having packed a backpack of clothing. She was seen by a friend the following day, still in Peterborough, with a boy wearing a hoodie, according to a family member.

Upward was located on Aug. 3 in Manchester, according to Peterborough Police Captain Ernie Belletete. She has been reunited with her family and is not hurt, according to Belletete. The search for Upward had extended to Manchester and Hooksett, where she was known to have contacts. 

“We are very thankful that she is alive and safe,” said her aunt, Margo Upward of Manchester, in a message to the Ledger-Transcript. 

Attempts to find out details about Upward’s whereabouts in Manchester were not successful by press time.

Police are continuing to investigate this case. 

When contacted Monday, Peterborough Police Chief Scott Guinard referred questions regarding the case to Belletete, who was not available Monday.