Friends and family of a young, non-binary Rose Park person are concerned for their safety and asking for the public’s help. Eztli Atl Cortez Trujillo, 22, has been missing since last Thursday. Their roommates filed a missing person report with the Salt Lake City Police after Trujillo’s vehicle was found crashed and abandoned.
According to a poster being spread through social media, Trujillo goes by “Ez,” is gender fluid and uses the pronouns they and she. They are about 5’11” tall and 150 to 170 pounds with a medium build, brown eyes and hair that was recently buzz cut. They are Latinx/Mexican and tan/brown completed. They were wearing a white Henley shirt and black pajama pants when they were last seen.
Police say an attempt to ping Trujillo’s phone was unsuccessful.
Trujillo’s roommate, Jem Locquiao, said that while it is not unusual for Ez to take drives to clear their mind a reflect, it is very unusual for them not to return.
“They left early in the morning, likely to clear their head and reflect,” Locquiao said. “I wasn’t aware that they had left.”
Trujillo’s car was found by an officer of the Weber County Sheriff’s Office after receiving a call about a wrecked vehicle on Ogden Canyon Road, a mile west of the North Ogden Divide trailhead.
If you have any information about Trujillo, you are asked to contact Salt Lake City Police at 801-799-3000 and reference case number SL20-71931.
Trujillo did a film with SpyHop in 2017 where they talk about their life and struggles growing up:
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