RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- The search for a missing Virginia reserve police officer has led to the discovery of a body in a remote area northeast of Richmond, but an identification of the body has not been made.
Virginia State Police say the body was found Thursday in a remote area along the Fluvanna and Goochland counties line about halfway between Richmond and Charlottesville. Police are attempting to identify the body.
The body was found amid a search for 45-year-old Kevin Wayne Quick. The veteran reserve Waynesboro police officer was reported missing Saturday after he failed to show up at his girlfriend's house the night before.
Two siblings from Louisa County are charged with grand larceny related to the theft of Quick's SUV. A third sibling was also arrested on an unrelated charge.
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