DEH Effort Continues
The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) continues to support Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) efforts to locate missing employee Anna Evans.
Department Director Roydell Carter reported that footage from six cameras located around the landfill has been handed over. He added that three more cameras were not operational at the time since they were awaiting the importation of parts.
They have since been repaired and are again operational. Mr. Carter explained that the DEH had proactively installed the surveillance equipment around the landfill in July 2010 to assist with management and security issues.
"We have reviewed the relevant footage with the police to see if there were clues regarding what happened to Anna," he said.
Mr. Carter added that all helpful information and details that staff believed might assist the investigation were also given to the police.
He further urged the public to refrain from circulating malicious and untrue rumours that pointed fingers at Anna's colleagues.
"These rumours are causing deep distress among the staff; all of Anna's colleagues are heartbroken over her disappearance.
"We all continue to pray for her return and we will not relent in our effort to provide support for her grieving family and help with this search," Mr. Carter said.
For further information contact: Prudence Barnes