Police Constable missing
Police Constable Quincy Lewis who left his home on June 19, 2020, for work has been reported missing.
His mother told the News Room he left his Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara home and has not been seen or heard from since.
Charlene Jordan said her son was stationed at the Agricola Police Station, East Bank Demerara; he never showed up for duty on June 19.
The mother said he was last seen driving out of the yard in a friend’s car – PTT 7541 at about 17:15h.
Four days later, the owner of the car showed up at the house asking for him and that is when the family realized he was missing.
A missing person’s report was made on June 26 at the Parfaite Harmonie Police Station.
“Is when the driver for the car come…and he said he ringing he phone and ain’t getting nothing and I tried and it ring ring and going to voicemail…
“Then we decide to call the station and then is when I know he never reach to work,” the mother said.
The mother said her son appeared normal before he went missing. He is the younger of two sons and joined the Guyana Police Force five years ago.
“Only thing he had a problem with some car rental and he said he paid them off and they keep harassing him…I even raise that with the Police.”
Regional Commander Assistant Commissioner, Simon Mcbean said an investigation was launched but so far there are no leads. Investigators will be reviewing CCTV footage from the Demerara Harbour Bridge to determine if Lewis crossed the bridge the day he went missing.
Anyone with credible information on the whereabouts of Police Constable Quincy Lewis is asked to contact 677-6547, 680-1436 or the nearest police station.