19 months since he was last seen: Probe continues into disappearance of cop


Quincy Lewis, a police constable of Parfait Harmonie, West Bank Demerara disappeared without a trace in June 2020 and his mother continues to hope that someone will come forward with information.

Lewis was attached to the Agricola Police Station on the East Bank of Demerara and left his home on June 19, 2020, for work but he never showed up.

“It is heart-[wrenching] because something is not adding up, I don’t know where he is,” his mother Charlene Jordan told the News Room on Friday.

Lewis’ cell phone was found a few months after he disappeared; it was found in the Timehri, East Bank Demerara area with the screen cracked.

The car (PTT 7541) he was driving belonged to a friend and his family only knew he was missing four days after he disappeared when the friend showed up to collect the car.

Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum told the News Room on Friday that investigators are still searching for the car. He also revealed that a close associate of Lewis is being sought for questioning in relation to his disappearance. But this associate has since left the jurisdiction.

CCTV footage shows when Lewis crossed the Demerara Harbour Bridge and headed in a southern direction.

He was last seen entering Greenfield Park, East Bank Demerara.

“They see when he turned into Greenfield Park, that’s all they said and they ain’t get no other follow-up from there, so they were trying to use his phone to get other information,” the mother said.

She said her son is always jovial and according to her, he had no issue with anyone.

“Even if he and anybody get an argument, he would just walk away.”

Jordan is hoping for answers to give herself some form of closure and is pleading with anyone to share any information to help her find her son.

“If something bad happen, they would’ve find he; that is what is puzzling me because people disappeared since then and they locate the body or whatever, unless somebody hiding something,” Jordan said.

At the time he disappeared, it would have been five years since Lewis joined the Guyana Police Force.

Jordan recalled that the last day she saw him was when he drove out the yard for work. The last time she spoke with her son was after he left for work; he forgot his belt at home and she called him.

A missing person report was filed seven days following the disappearance.

He is the youngest of two sons.

Anyone with credible information on the whereabouts of Police Constable Quincy Lewis is asked to contact 677-6547 or the nearest police station.


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