Missing woman Trinity Robin from Hampshire vanished for nearly 5 weeks found safe

A WOMAN from Winchester who had been missing for more than a month has been found.

By Richard Lemmer
Tuesday, 23rd June 2020, 2:16 pm
Updated Tuesday, 23rd June 2020, 2:34 pm

Trinity Robin, 45, was reported missing after last being seen at The Shoe Inn pub in Exton, a village north of Droxford, on Monday May 18 at around 11pm.

The police have now confirmed she was located in Petersfield last night.

A message posted to social media from Denmead Drone Search & Rescue, a group involved in the search, said: ‘We, her family and friends would like to thank everyone for the help you have provided over the weeks by sharing our posts and helping on searches.

A woman who went missing from Exon has been found alive. Stock picture: Habibur Rahman

‘This really is an amazing result.

‘Trinity was found at about 3.30am this morning suffering from dehydration and hunger.

‘She is now in hospital receiving the help she needs.

‘We wish Trinity a speedy recovery.’

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