The family of Police Constable Quincy Lewis, who is attached to the Agricola Outpost, and who disappeared without a trace on June 19, 2020, after leaving home for work, believes something is amiss about his disappearance.
In an interview with Guyana Times on Saturday, the constable’s mother, Charlene Jordan, said that she is frustrated as she is not getting any substantial information from the police on her son’s disappearance.
Jordan said the last time she heard from the police, they told her that they found her son’s phone, but they did not disclose any further information.
“Up to last week they were supposed to give me an update, but I didn’t get on back to them… they said they found his phone, but they didn’t go into details. The investigators said they didn’t want to tell me where they found it because they don’t want it to go out to the public…” she said.
The worried mother said any forthcoming information would be welcomed as it is frustrating not knowing what happened to her son. She added that she is not giving up but rather is holding strong.
“…my hands are tied right now because, even if I go out there, I wouldn’t get certain information as the police, because the police is getting a hard time… to me something seem fishy, to me people know and they are withholding certain information…”, she suggested.
On the day the police rank went missing, he visited his home to uplift a few pieces of clothes since he was supposed to be inlying.
Reports are he boarded a motor car (registration provided) and left his Lot 4315 West Minster, West Bank Demerara (WBD) home and was not heard from nor seen since.
According to Lewis’s family, he is very responsible and would not disappear without telling anyone.
CCTV recordings were collected from various points but more importantly, from the Demerara Harbour Bridge (DHB) on the East Bank Demerara (EBD), which showed that Lewis crossed the Demerara Harbour Bridge.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Constable Quincy Lewis or the car he was driving is asked to contact 677-6547, 680-1436 or the nearest police station.