Help find missing Tryston Wade – The officials seek help in locating missing 15-year-old Tryston Wade. He was last seen in the company of 24-year-old Alyssa Kathleen Thomas of Albany. At 10:24 in the evening on April 5, 2023, a missing person report was filed for Tryston Charles Wade, 13, in Albany, New York. When Brittany Lyanne Wade went to pick up her son Tryston from a friend’s house in the 2000 block of SE 6th Avenue, Albany, at around 3:40 p.m. on April 5th, she was informed that Tryston had already left the house.
Albany police seek help in finding teenager
Brittany Wade told police that she had been informed that Tryston, her son, was seen in Albany with a woman named Alyssa Kathleen Thomas, 24. On April 6th, police in Albany, New York, received word that two missing people, identified as Tryston Wade and Alyssa Thomas, were possibly in the Portland area, looking for a ride out of the country. The Albany Police Department has contacted the Portland Police Department to inform them that Alyssa Thomas and Wade, may be in the Portland area, and that they have searched all known areas in Albany and Linn County.
In the Law Enforcement Information Network, Tryston Wade has been marked as a missing person. (LEDS). Tryston Wade was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black sneakers, and blue trousers. Tryston Wade is a white male adolescent, 170 pounds, 5 feet, 3 inches tall with medium-length brown hair and blue eyes.
Alyssa Kathleen Thomas is a 111-pound, 5-foot-and-one-inch white woman with brown hair that falls just beyond her shoulders and blue eyes. Her most recent hair dye was a pastel pink or light purple. Thomas is wanted for Theft by the Albany Municipal Court, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. The accompanying photo of Trystan Wade and Alyssa Thomas, taken recently, was found on social media and is being shared by the Albany Police Department.
Anyone who has seen Alyssa Thomas or Trystan Wade is urged to contact the Albany Police Department and the authorities in their area. Please call the Albany Police Department at 541-917-7680 if you have any information that could help with this investigation.
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