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WATCH LIVE: VSP update on missing VA captain case

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Capt. Kevin Quick (Source: Waynesboro Police Department) Capt. Kevin Quick (Source: Waynesboro Police Department)
VSP believe this man may know about the disappearance of Kevin Quick (Source: Virginia State Police) VSP believe this man may know about the disappearance of Kevin Quick (Source: Virginia State Police)
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (WWBT) -

Virginia State Police will hold a press conference at 5 p.m. in Charlottesville to discuss the case of missing Waynesboro Police Captain Kevin Quick.

The reward for information in Quick's disappearance has grown to $22,500.

Businesses have rallied to raise the reward money since Kevin Quick went missing Friday. Rodney Soulsby, who owns the New Age Auto shop in Waynesboro, donated $5,000 to go towards the reward fund.

Police said Wednesday morning Quick left his mother's house in Afton to go see a woman in Albemarle, with whom he has a four-month-old daughter. Quick has been legally separated from his wife since 2007, though the divorce was never finalized.

A search warrant shows Quick's last communication was two text messages sent to his girlfriend. His Verizon cell phone has been off since 10:52 p.m. Friday. His Discover card hasn't been used since 5:45 p.m. Friday.

The documents also show Quick was laid off three weeks ago and his severance money hasn't been accounted for.

Quick's SUV was found on Cedar Hill Road in Louisa Monday, not far from where a shooting occurred Sunday night. Police ask anyone who may have noticed any strange cars in the area this weekend to call them with information.

State Police say the silver Toyota 4Runner was also seen in Fork Union Friday and Manassas Saturday. 

State Police are also still looking for a man who they believe knows something about the captain's disappearance. They've distributed a surveillance image in the hopes it will lead to new information in the case.

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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