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Police Recover SUV of Missing Waynesboro Police Captain


Waynesboro, VA - State police have recovered the SUV of a missing Waynesboro police captain.

Kevin Quick's silver Toyota 4Runner was discovered Monday morning at a residence on the 3600 block of Cedar Hill Road in Mineral, VA.

Quick was last seen Friday night at his mother's house in Afton. Authorities say around 10:15 p.m., he left to go to a friend's residence in Albemarle County, but never arrived.

Authorities held a news conference Monday afternoon, asking for the public's help identifying two men seen in Quick's vehicle the night he disappeared.

Pictures from surveillance video put them and his silver Toyota 4Runner in Fork Union on Friday night and in Manassas on Saturday.

State police say there's evidence that has them extremely concerned about Quick's safety.

The FBI is the latest law enforcement agency joining the search for Captain Kevin Quick.

Since Friday, officers in Waynesboro, Charlottesville, Nelson County, Albemarle, Louisa and Prince William counties have been searching for the 45-year-old Rockfish Valley resident.

"We stand here shoulder to shoulder with our brothers and sisters in law enforcement across the region and Virginia, hoping for Kevin's safe return," said Sgt. Brian Edwards of the Waynesboro Police Department.

Family and friends have gathered at Quick's mothers home Monday afternoon, the last place he was seen. They referred all questions to state police.

"We have made progress in this case. Today we were able to recover Captain Quick's personal vehicle," Corinne Geller, spokesperson for Virginia State Police, said at Monday's news conference.

The 1999 Silver 4Runner that friends say was always in "immaculate condition," is now being examined for evidence.

Police are still trying to identify two men spotted in Quick's vehicle. Surveillance photos place them in Fort Union Friday night and Manassas on Saturday.

While tips from the public are pouring in, his brothers in law enforcement refuse to sleep.

"Anyone in this room will do whatever it takes. We'll walk to the ends of the earth if we have to, to find the folks," said Quick's co-worker, Lt. Colonel Rodney Campbell.

Businesses have raised $8,000 in reward money for any information on Quick's location.

He rose to the rank of Captain in the 20 years he's volunteered with the Waynesboro Police Auxiliary unit.

Anyone with any information is urged to call state police by dialing #77 on a cell phone, or calling them directly at 434-352-7128.

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