IT has been more than six months since Police Constable Quincy Lewis went missing, after leaving his La Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara home for work.
Lewis, who is a serving member of the Guyana Police Force since 2015, is stationed at the Agricola Police Station, East Bank Demerara.
According to the man’s relatives, he was last seen alive on the afternoon of June 19, 2020, when he left in his friend’s car, PTT 7541, to report to work.
His cousin, Revon Jordon, had earlier told this newspaper that he’d initially thought that Lewis was in-line, seeing that he was a policeman, and that was all part of the job.
However, a few days later, the owner of the motorcar he’d borrowed paid the family a visit, looking for Lewis, as he hadn’t returned the vehicle, and neither was he answering his cell-phone.
As was only to be expected, Lewis’s relatives not only became worried, but suspicious as well, as, like his friend said, calls to his cell-phone were going unanswered. Things went even more downhill, when the family decided to call the Agricola Police Station where he was stationed, and his colleagues told them that he’d never shown up for work.
On June 26, Lewis’ family filed a ‘missing person’ report at the La Parfaite Harmonie Police Station.
An investigation was duly launched, and a review of CCTV footage of various points on the Demerara Harbour Bridge showed that Lewis did cross it, presumably on his way to work.
According to the police, that investigation is still active, and they’re asking that anyone with information regarding his whereabouts to call them on either 677-6547; 680-1436; or the nearest police station.