UINTA COUNTY — The Evanston Police Department and Uinta County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s help in finding Trevor Boyd, who has been missing since November 16.
According to a press release from the Evanston Police Department, on November 24, the department took a report that on November 16, Trevor Boyd, 28, walked off his job site in Bridger Valley located in Uinta County, Wyoming.
Trevor’s cell phone has been shut off since that time. As of November 29, a paycheck he received from his employer on November 13 has still not been cashed. Trevor was entered into NCIC as a missing person on November 24.
Coworkers have been spoken with, as well as family friends and known associates, by the Evanston Police Department and Uinta County Sheriff’s Office with no leads.
Trevor had reportedly been known to be suicidal in the past. The complainant advised Trevor was Bipolar Schizophrenic and does not have his medications with him. Boyd is currently on Federal Probation and had expressed concerns over getting into trouble.
Trevor was last seen wearing a black zip up coat, Levi’s, and a white/grey/red DC tennis shoes and a
black beanie. Trevor is described as a white male, slender build, 28 years old and approximately 5’7 in height. Trevor also has tattoos on his chest and arms.
Anyone with information regarding Trevor’s whereabouts are requested to contact Evanston Police
Sgt. Shawn Stahl at 307-783-6400 or 307-679-2063 or Sgt. Hale with the Uinta County Sheriff’s Office at
307-783-1000 or 307-780-7225.