Kevorn ‘Sar’dis’ Bailey is still missing and reward for information on his whereabouts has been raised to $10,000

A fresh appeal is going out for information that could lead to the whereabouts of Kevorn Bailey, alias “Sar’dis,” and the reward for such information has also increased.

Once again, the Police are seeking the public’s help in finding Bailey, while the reward has increased to $10,000 for the person who can provide the relevant information.

Reports say the 26-year-old man, the son of the Director of Agriculture Gregory Bailey, has been missing since Saturday, August 27.

Allegedly, Bailey was last seen in the vicinity of the Everyday Service Station, which is close to the Ministry of Agriculture headquarters on Independence Drive, and the family subsequently launched a search for him.

The missing man is described as dark in complexion, of medium build, and approximately 5 feet 3 inches tall.

Anyone with useful information is asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at 462-3913, or Crimestoppers at 800-Tips.