Anna’s children send cards to mom

Royal Cayman Islands
Police are seeking to evoke an emotional response this Valentine’s Day from
anyone who might still have information as to the whereabouts of a missing
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Anna Evans, 37,
disappeared from her work site on 27 January and has never been heard from
again. This coming Thursday will mark three weeks since she was last seen. 

On Monday, RCIPS
released five Valentine’s Day cards – each written by one of Mrs. Evans’ five
children – hoping someone would come forward with information.

“We love you, God
watchin’ over you,” reads one card from Mrs. Evans’ 14-year-old daughter Celena.
“Please won’t you bring my mommy home.” 

“Happy Valentines’
Day mommy from the first one you carry for nine months, we really miss you a
lot,” writes oldest son Chris, 18.

The police service
has performed extensive searches of the George Town landfill as well as areas
surrounding Mrs. Evans’ Windsor Park home and other surrounding locations in
attempts to find her.
  

A volunteer search
by Cayman Islands civil servants over the weekend was also held in the Windsor
Park area.
  

None of the searches
since the day Mrs. Evans’ vanished have turned up any useful evidence, police
said.
  

1 COMMENT

  1. Is Annas life valuable enough for the community to demand the Legislators to go over Mr. Baines head and ask John Walsh of AMERICAS MOST WANTED TO HELP OUT IN FINDING THIS YOUNG LADY? He has solved thousands of cases why not this one?

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