Sources: Remains found believed to be those of missing Virginia cop

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. - A body believed to be that of missing Waynesboro Police Department Reserve Unit Captain Kevin Quick was found Thursday in Goochland County, multiple police sources tell CBS affiliate WTVR.

The 45-year-old Quick was reported missing Saturday after he failed to show up at the home of his estranged wife late Friday in Louisa County. She lives about 20 miles from his Rockfish home and he texted her that he was on his way.

Virginia State Police announced Wednesday that two women and one man were arrested Tuesday night in Alexandria in connection with the case.

Mersadies Shelton, 20, and Daniel Mathis, 18, are charged with the theft of Quick's vehicle, which was found abandoned in a remote area in Louisa County on Monday. The third person arrested, 24-year-old Shantai Shelton, was arrested on an outstanding warrant. 

Quick’s vehicle was reportedly used as a getaway car in an armed robbery and shooting at around 7 p.m. Sunday in Louisa County, CBS affiliate WTVR reported. Mathis is charged in that armed robbery, according to the station.

All three of the siblings were ordered held without bond Thursday.

State police previously said two individuals were seen on surveillance images with Quick's SUV in northern Virginia around 11:40 p.m. Friday. The next day, the same two individuals were seen with Quick’s vehicle in Manassas, according to the station.

It is unclear if any of the three arrested Tuesday night are the same individuals captured in the surveillance images.

Quick is a 24-year veteran of the Waynesboro Police Department’s Police Reserve unit, Waynesboro Police Sgt. Brian Edwards told CBS News' Crimesider on Wednesday. He said Quick holds a volunteer position at the department but is still considered a law enforcement officer.

Goochland County, where the body was reportedly found, is about 30 miles south of Louisa County, where Quick’s vehicle was found abandoned Monday.

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