After 5 years of searching for answers, Anna Evans’ family is still unsure of about her disappearance. Ms Evans disappeared without a trace at the age of 37 years old. She was last seen on the job at the George Town Landfill.
Now half a decade later, her sister Noreen Dixon says it’s her 5 children that have suffered the most.
“Those children went through hell, hell and all,’ said Ms Dixon.
A landfill worker also, each day she is reminded constantly of the tragic fate of her sister. She also takes care of Anna’s children.
In an interview with Cayman 27, she said, “It’s rough for me, because it’s a constant reminder all over for me. I’m here with those kids. I’m in the landfill constantly.”
Anna is not the only person to have vanished into thin air in Cayman. In August 2011, Kerran Baker, a Jamaican national was reported missing. 6 months later in February 2012 UK national Nathan Clarke disappear during a night out with friends. No one has seen or heard from Evans, Baker or Clarke since their disappearance.
Tens of thousands of dollars in reward money have gone unclaimed for several years now, and family members continue to suffer with unanswered questions.
If you have any knowledge about the whereabouts or their disappearance you are encouraged to contact the RCIPS at 947-4222 or Crime Stoppers on 800-TIPS/800-8477.