Nelson County Police Captain Still Missing

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    Virginia State Police are searching for information regarding the disappearance of 45-year-old volunteer police officer, Kevin Quick. News4's Jackie Bensen reports. (Published Monday, Feb 3, 2014)

    Virginia State Police are searching for information regarding the disappearance of 45-year-old volunteer police officer, Kevin Quick. 

    Quick, a captain of the volunteer reserve officers of Nelson County for 25 years, has been missing since late Friday evening. He was last seen at his mother's Afton, Va. home.

    Search for Missing Police Reservist

    [DC] Search for Missing Police Reservist
    Virginia State Police have found a vehicle belonging to missing police reservist, Kevin Quick. He is a long-time volunteer with the Waynesboro Police Department. Quick was last seen Friday night but his SUV was spotted on surveillance video in Manassas. News4's Kristin Wright shows us the surveillance photos of an unknown man that police spotted with that vehicle. (Published Monday, Feb 3, 2014)

    Police say Quick left his mother's home around 10:15 p.m. Friday and headed to a friend's house in Albemarle County but never arrived.

    Police discovered Quick's abandoned silver Toyota 4Runner at a home in Louisa County Monday. The homeowner is not believed to be connected to Quick's disappearance.

    Aiding in the investigation are recently surfaced pictures, depicting the vehicle In Fork Union and the Manassas area as late as Saturday. The photos also show two unidentified males who police believe may have information regarding Quick's disappearance. 

    Quick is described as a medium build, 200-pound, 6-foot-1-inch white man with brown hair, hazel eyes and a scar above his left eye. 

    In the days since his disappearance, local businesses raised a combined reward of up to $22,500 for information leading to Quick's discovery. 

    Police ask that anyone with information on Quick's disappearance call the Virginia State Police by dialing #77 on a cellphone or by calling 434-352-7128.

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