Police: Where is Anna?

A year after the last confirmed sighting of Anna Evans, the police officer in charge of the enquiry to find the missing 37-year-old mother of five, has once again appealed for information from the public.

Detective Chief Inspector Mike Cranswick has spent the last twelve months leading a team of officers dedicated to finding out what happened to Anna, and finding answers for her grief-stricken family, Royal Cayman Islands Police said Friday.

Despite intensive searches of the landfill site and surrounding land and waterways by police, specialist dogs from the US, family members and hundreds of volunteers, no trace of Anna has been found. A CI $50,000 reward was announced by dms broadcasting in the weeks following Anna’s disappearance, but as yet this has not yielded any positive leads.

“I would ask anyone who has any information about what happened to Anna, and has not yet come forward, to contact us,” said DCI Cranswick. “A year has passed but it’s not too late to help us bring some much needed answers to her family, particularly her five children. Every day since Anna was reported missing has been difficult for them, but [Friday] the anniversary of her disappearance, will be particularly hard for them.”

When last seen, Anna – who is described as being 5’7” in height with a dark complexion, slim build, brown eyes and black hair – was wearing her DEH uniform. The uniform consists of grey pants, a grey and orange shirt, brown boots and a plain blue baseball cap.

Anyone who has information which could assist the enquiry team has a number of ways to pass the information to the RCIPS;

The Ministry of District Administration, Works, Lands and Agriculture and the Department of Environmental Health scheduled a special remembrance service for missing colleague Anna Evans Friday.

To facilitate this special service, the Grand Cayman DEH main office, the George Town Landfill, and the Solid Waste dispatch offices will be closed to the public from 8.30am until 1pm. The Sister Islands offices and operations will remain open during the day. The Grand Cayman facilities will re-open at 1pm Friday.

The Department of Environmental Health is asking the public for their cooperation. Therefore, businesses that need to dispose of large amounts of waste are asked to do so early in the morning or after 1pm on Friday. However, the 24-hour drop-off area will remain open to facilitate disposal of small residential loads. The department apologises for the any inconvenience this closure may cause.


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