These two images, taken from an ATM, show a person police believe has information about Quick's location.
WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) -- Police now suspect foul play in the disappearance of Kevin Quick.
Quick served as a captain of Waynesboro's Police Reserve Unit and has been missing since Friday.
He was last seen leaving Afton, driving a 1999 Silver Toyota 4Runner and was expected to head to Albemarle County to visit a friend, but never arrived.
Quick served as a volunteer in the reserve unit, which helps at special events and other duties, for over two decades
Sgt. Brian Edwards with the Waynesboro Police Department said he was a very respected officer.
"Salt of the earth kind of guy. Always had a smile on his face. Always willing to help out. Would give the shirt off your back. If anyone wanted anything from Kevin, he was always willing to give it there. Very dedicated, but also very dedicated to the city of Waynesboro," said Edwards.
A local car dealership owner is also offering reward money for any information that help leads to the case being solved.
Rodney Soulsby owns New Age Auto on East Main Street in Waynesboro. He said he's met Quick several times and comes from a law enforcement background. He's pledging $5,000.
"With the way the times are, and people with financial situations and so forth, I've learned that when a reward or something is offered, it seems to have more people pay more attention," said Soulsby.
He is also challenging other car dealership owners in the area to donate to help solve the case.
State police will be holding a press conference at 2 p.m. Monday to provide an update on the search for Quick.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Virginia State Police at #77 on a cell phone or at (434) 352-7128.
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