NEW DETAILS: Search Continues for Kevin Wayne Quick
Reporter: Morgan Donnelly
Waynesboro -- State Police and other police departments, continue to search for Kevin Wayne Quick.
Quick was last seen Friday night in Afton, and his car was found abandoned on Monday morning in Louisa County.
According to the search warrant, Quick texted the mother of his child Friday night, to say he was on his way to her home in Albemarle County, but never showed up.
Through an emergency phone trace, police discovered Quick's phone was shut off at 10:54 p.m. on Friday.
Also, the last time he used his Discover card was at 5:54 p.m. on Friday.
Police also report in the search warrant, that Quick was laid off three weeks ago, from his job at Invista and was given a severance package.
However, Police have not been able to find that money.
If you have any information about his disappearance, there is a $22,500 reward for any information leading to his discovery.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Virginia State Police by cell at #77 or to call (434)352-7128.
Page County Church Damaged in Fire
SHENANDOAH, Va. (WHSV)-- A fire severely damaged a church on Wednesday morning.
The church is called Oak Grove United Methodist Church, and is located on Fleeburg Road.
Firefighters said no one was hurt.
They responded to the church just after 5 a.m. on Wednesday for the three-alarm fire.
A church leader said about 40 to 50 people regularly attend church there.
They will attend mass at a sister church, until this one can be rebuilt.
Firefighters are still investigating a cause.
They said it started in the middle of the church.
Reporter: Garrett Wymer
WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) -- Police continue to search for missing Nelson County man, Kevin Quick.
Corinne N. Geller, a spokeswoman for Virginia State Police, said police are following up on more than 50 tips they have received in a 36-hour window, but the developments from the investigation are taking a toll on police and those who know Quick.
While they may be taking a toll, the community is coming together to do what they can to find him.
"Anytime something happens, you call police, you want them to come help you. Now the police need our help, and it's our turn to give back to them," said Rodney Soulsby, the owner of New Age Auto, who has worked in law enforcement himself.
He started getting pledges for a reward, which is now $12,500 as the search continues.
"It's very comforting at this time. It's about the only thing that can comfort you at a time like this," said Sgt. Brian Edwards with the Waynesboro Police Department.
For Edwards and the Waynesboro Police Department, it's support like that and the emails and phone calls they've received that help them get through.
"In law enforcement, you're more than just co-workers. You depend upon each other for your life, to really look out for each other. So it's more than that co-worker bond. It's a brotherhood, a sisterhood," said Edwards.
"Even though I'm a civilian now and some of the other people who used to be in law enforcement we all still care, we're all still family," said Soulsby, "It just seems sad that this happened, but it's good that the community has become concerned."
Hoping as the investigation goes on, that concern and the cash, will find Quick.
If you'd like to pledge a donation to the reward fund to find Kevin Quick, you can call Soulsby at New Age Auto at 540-943-2050.