Grace Perryman Knoxville, TN, Missing since on July 29

Grace Trosclaire Perryman drives a 2016 silver Toyota Prius. She is 27 years old and weighs 135 pounds and stands 5'8".

Grace Perryman Missing – Grace Trosclaire Perryman is missing, she has not been seen heard from since on Saturday, July 29 at home in North Knoxville, around 4 p.m. in the afternoon. She drives a 2016 silver Toyota Prius. She is 27 years old and weighs 135 pounds and stands 5’8″. Grace, a young mother was wearing a grey sweater and green sweat pants.

Please send a message or phone [her sister Emily] at the number 304-382-4889 if you have seen or spoken with her in the past week, and if you may know something that will lead to her being located, as it would be greatly appreciated. Absolutely no aspect is unimportant.

RELATED ARTICLE: Two bodies identified, found in building at Knoxville College

The Knoxville Police Department has released the names of the two people whose bodies were discovered early on Sunday morning inside a building on the Knoxville College campus. A representative for the Kansas City Police Department announced on Thursday that the two have been identified as Nora Vick, age 21, and William Trollinger, age 58.

The Medical Examiner’s Office has not yet made an official determination regarding the individual’s official cause of death. According to KPD Spokesperson Scott Erland, it is believed that the deaths were caused by drug overdoses, but this has not been confirmed. The toxicological reports have not yet been completed.

On Sunday, the Knoxville Fire Department responded to a complaint regarding a fire at Knoxville College, which occurred in one of the residence halls on campus. The fire department is conducting an investigation to determine what started the fire.

Following the fire, officers from the Knoxville Police Department were sent to the location to investigate after receiving a report that two dead had been discovered in a separate structure.

The bodies of Vick and Trollinger were discovered by the police officers in that separate building. At the time, it was believed by the police that the fire was unrelated to the deaths of the two victims. “Foul play is not suspected at this time,” the Knoxville Police Department tweeted.

Both were brought into the office of the medical examiner to have autopsies performed.

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