Harrisonburg, Va. (WHSV) The reward keeps growing and for five nights police are still wondering what happened to Waynesboro Police's Reserve Unit Captain Kevin Quick.
"This money will help get this case to resolution for Kevin's family," said Sgt. Brian Edwards, who is with the Waynesboro Police Department, in a recent press conference.
Quick was last seen on Friday at his mother's home in Nelson County, as he was leaving for Albermarle County. That day, his 1999 Toyota 4runner was captured on ATM surveillance video in Fork Union with two people police could not identify.
He was reported missing on Saturday, the same day his 4runner was seen on another ATM surveillance video with the same suspects, this time in Manassas.
"Sunday night at around 7 p.m. that vehicle has been connected to a shooting to that occurred at a Louisa County residence," said Corinne Geller, who is a spokeswoman for Virginia State Police.
On Monday, Quick's 4runner was found in Louisa County.
"It is concerning us because the longer anybody becomes missing, the less chances of them coming back," said Reo Hatfield II, who is the Chief of Waynesboro's Police Reserves.
Another press conference was held with new information indicating that these three siblings are under arrest in connection with Quick's disappearance.
"20-year-old Mersadies Shelton and 18-year-old Daniel Mathis has been charged with one felony count of Grand Larceny," said Geller.
Thursday, police have discovered a body in Goochland County, believed to be that of Kevin Quick.
The medical examiner's office is still working to determine the identity of the body.
Daniel Mathis was in court today, he was denied bond.
His two sisters are also being held without bond, they are waiting for their bond hearing.
All three will be back in court on March 18.
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