Despite a $50,000 reward and the efforts of the RCMP’s homicide investigators, there have yet to be any arrests in the Trina Hunt case one year after the Port Moody woman went missing.

It was 12 months ago that Trina Hunt was last seen alive.

Her husband Iain told police he saw Hunt before he left for work on the morning of Jan. 18, 2021.

Hunt had failed to respond to a coworker’s text on Jan. 16.

Iain said he and Trina were camping in Hope on Jan. 15 as part of a digital detox, which is why she couldn’t be reached.

On March 29, 2021, remains that turned out to belong to Hunt were found south of Silver Creek in Hope.

In June, investigators executed search warrants at Hunt’s former home in Port Moody and the family home of her husband in Mission.

Hunt’s family pleaded for answers, eventually offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and criminal charges.

“Since then, we have had no answers, no arrests and no closure,” family members Brad, Jen, Charles and Dianna Ibbott stated in a release from June, 2021.

The family has consistently asked for the guilty party to come forward.

“We know you’re out there and our family and our community will continue fighting for answers. And while, painfully, nothing will bring our Trina back, we will get Justice for Trina, we promise. Trina and all women deserve nothing less,” the statement read.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 1-877-551-4448 or send an email to ihitinfo@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.