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State Police Get Leads In Missing Nelson Man Case

State Police Get Leads In Missing Nelson Man Case

Photo: WINA

State Police say they’ve received several leads regarding the disappearance of 45-year-old Kevin Wayne Quick (pictured) of Nelson County. Quick has not been seen since around 10 p.m. Friday when he left his mother’s house in Afton and did not show up at a friend’s apartment in Turtle Creek off Hydraulic Road. State Police say Quick’s 1999 Toyota Forerunner was seen in the Fork Union area Saturday and in Manassas Sunday. Police say there are two unidentified men who might have information about the disappearance of Quick. If you have information, contact State Police. Quick is a captain with a reserve unit of the Waynesboro Police. (Photo from Waynesboro Police Department)

 

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