Man’s Disappearance Treated As ‘Suspicious’

May 21, 2016

[Updated with video + audio] “Initial police investigations conducted so far indicate that there is a real concern that he could be in danger,” the police said today in relation to 35-year-old Jevon Daniels, adding that “the circumstances surrounding his disappearance are sketchy” and they are “treating this missing person report as suspicious.”

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Detective Sergeant Jason Smith of the Serious Crime Unit said, “On Thursday the 19th May, 2016, the BPS received a missing person report that 35-year-old Jevon Daniels has not been seen since Monday 16th May, 2016.

“The circumstances surrounding his disappearance are sketchy at present, however, initial police investigations conducted so far indicate that there is a real concern that he could be in danger and there is cause for concern of his well-being.

“Several family members and associates of Jevon Daniels have been interviewed and they too are concerned about his well-being.

Update: Audio of the full police press conference

“This is the first time that Mr Daniels has gone missing and is uncharacteristic. When last seen and spoken to he was in good spirits. Mr Daniels is described as follows: between 5’2 and 5’5 inches tall, brown skinned, close haircut, brown eyes and a tattoo on his left forearm.

“The BPS is treating this missing person report as suspicious. We are appealing to members of the public that have any information concerning his whereabouts, have had any contact with him within the past week, and know what might have happened to him to make contact with the investigating team.

“There are person[s] that have information that can assist in locating Jevon Daniels. We are appealing to your conscience to come forward. Mr Daniels is the father of a 5-year-old son and is a very intricate part of his life. Today his son has not seen his father for seven days and he is missing him.

“Any information received can go a long way in locating Jevon Daniels. All information received will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

“Please contact the Serious Crimes Unit on 441-717-0864 or the Crime Stoppers hotline at 800 8477.”

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  1. Kiverja says:

    Praying, even harder, that he is ok.

    If you know something, please say something.

  2. OBSERVER says:

    Oh no. The hope is that he surrenders himself unharmed.

  3. Positive Pessimist says:

    This is very concerning. I hope he is found safe and sound.