A Cayman Islands
company has independently offered a reward of up to $50,000 for information
leading to the whereabouts of missing George Town landfill worker Anna Evans.
Mrs. Evans vanished on 27
January, eight weeks ago, from her worksite. She has not been heard from since.
Her five children are staying with Anna’s sister Noreen Dixon.
“I don’t understand why
somebody does not come forward,” Ms Dixon said. “They just don’t want to talk.”
Dms Organization President Don Seymour said Wednesday afternoon that his company would be putting up
$50,000 on its own for information on the case. He said that money would be
offered as a reward for either helping find Anna or for information that leads
to an arrest in connection with her disappearance, if it does turn out to be a
have watched the family struggle for many weeks and appeal to the community at
large, and we want to do what we can to help and assure them that they are
valued and we what to help them during this difficult time,” Mr. Seymour said.
“We hope for a good outcome; but in the event that a crime has been committed,
than we want justice for the family.”
To date, Royal Cayman
Islands Police said they have no evidence of any crime in Mrs. Evans’
disappearance. Cayman Crime Stoppers has not offered any reward because its
charter does not allow it to offer rewards for information in missing persons
Mrs. Evans’ family has
raised about $5,000 in funds for a separate reward, but that is not being
offered as part of the dms initiative.
Please see more on this
story in Friday’s editions of the Caymanian Compass…