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State Police 'gravely concerned' about missing police captain

Photo of individual investigators believe may have information regarding Quick's disappearance. Photo of individual investigators believe may have information regarding Quick's disappearance.
Source: Virginia State Police Source: Virginia State Police
State Police issued this photo of Quick's 1999 Toyota Forerunner. It has Virginia license plates 614-068 with the seal of the Commonwealth in the middle. State Police issued this photo of Quick's 1999 Toyota Forerunner. It has Virginia license plates 614-068 with the seal of the Commonwealth in the middle.
NELSON, VA (WWBT) -

Virginia State Police issued an alert late Sunday night for a missing captain with the Waynesboro Police Reserve Unit.

State and local police have been searching for 45-year-old Kevin Wayne Quick of Nelson County ever since he was reported missing by family members Saturday.

"Photographs obtained by Virginia State Police has law enforcement gravely concerned about the safety [of Quick]," state police said in a press release.

Quick hasn't been seen since 10:15 p.m. Friday, when he left his mother's residence in Afton to visit a friend's home at Turtle Creek Apartments in Albemarle County. Quick never arrived.

State Police obtained photos featuring two unidentified adult males who investigators believe may have information regarding Quick's disappearance.

Quick's silver, 1999 Toyota Forerunner also appeared in photographs that place the vehicle in Fork Union on Friday and in the Manassas area on Saturday, according to Virginia State Police.

Police are still searching for both Quick and his vehicle, which has Virginia license plates 614-068 with the seal of the Commonwealth in the middle.

Quick is a white male, 6'1", and approximately 200 pounds. He has brown hair, hazel eyes and medium build. Quick wears contacts or glasses and has a scar above his left eye.

According to State Police, extensive ground and air searches have been conducted since Saturday night in the areas of Afton and Albemarle.

VSP are leading the investigation, with assistance from the Nelson County Sheriff's Office, Albemarle County Police Department, Charlottesville Police Department and the Waynesboro Police Department.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Virginia State Police at #77 on a cell phone or at (434) 352-7128, or any one of the assisting agencies.

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