K-9 searches at the George Town landfill wound down late
last week with no sign of a worker who vanished from there on 27 January.
Anna Evans, 37, was last seen around noon that date at
her work location on the dump site.
Royal Cayman Islands Police recovered Mrs. Evans’ handbag
during immediate searches of the landfill.
However, they were unable to recover either her cell
phone or any other clue as to her whereabouts.
Specially trained police dogs were brought in from the US
to search the George Town landfill Wednesday and Thursday.
Police reported nothing further regarding the search
after K-9 patrols began at the landfill on Wednesday.
Officers were also mum on the subject of Mrs. Evans’
husband, who was assaulted in George Town by several people hours after her
disappearance was reported.
He was hospitalised following the assault on Thursday, 27
January with non-life-threatening injuries.
Family members said Mrs. Evans’ husband had apparently
tried to call Mrs. Evans sometime on Thursday to inform her that one of her
sons had been injured in school.
Police would not confirm those accounts.
RCIPS Chief Inspector Richard Barrow has previously said
that police want to question the man in connection with Mrs. Evans’ disappearance,
but that he was not under arrest.