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Police ask for help in locating Woodstock woman missing for nearly two months

New Hampshire Union Leader

August 29. 2018 2:54PM


WOODSTOCK — State prosecutors along with local and state police are asking for the public’s help to find a North Woodstock woman who’s been missing for nearly two months.

On Tuesday, Associate Attorney General Jeffery Strelzin released photographs of Trish Haynes, 25, who is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 110 pounds. Haynes has brown hair and blue eyes, state prosecutors said.

A family member reported Haynes missing; that’s what brought law enforcement into the matter, Strelzin said.

She was last seen in the Grafton/Danbury area of New Hampshire in late June or early July.

A police K-9 unit and a state police helicopter were involved in the search around 225 Main St. in Grafton Tuesday, but officials gave no details on why that area was the focus.

On her Facebook page, Haynes said she lives in North Woodstock and comes from Stuart, Fla.

“I am a kind & caring independent person. I love my family & friends & will do anything for them,” she posted as her motto on the Facebook page.

The last update from Haynes on Facebook was six months ago, on Feb. 15.

“I’m twenty five years old. I’m a honest and loyal person,” Haynes posted last year. “My favorite color is purple, and I love the beach. I’m funny, I’m smart and outgoing. I love to have fun in life!!!”

She said “Trishy” and “Trishett” are her nicknames.

State Police Col. Christopher J. Wagner and Woodstock Police Chief Ryan Oleson made the missing-person announcement along with Strelzin, who is director of the public protection division in the Attorney General’s office.

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