October 27, 2020



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Tad Stoner & Christopher Tobutt
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This week marks two significant milestones.
For the family of Kerran Baker it has been six months since their daughter vanished without trace from Cayman.
And exactly one year ago,  mum-of-five Anna Evans disappeared while working at the George Town landfill.
Not only have no bodies been recovered, no one has ever been charged in connection with either of the women.
Police insist both cases remain “under investigation” but for the families of the missing pair, the pain of not knowing what has happened runs deep.
The only clue as to where 25-year-old Kerran may have been was when her car was found abandoned near Pedro Castle at the beginning of August.
Her father Wilmot Anthony said: “It has ruined our lives. Kerran used to come home every Christmas, but not this year.”
On Friday, family and friends of missing Anna gathered at the dump for an emotional service to remember the 38-year-old.
“I would ask anyone who has any information about what happened to Anna, and has not yet come forward, to contact us,” said DCI Mike Cranswick.
“A year has passed but it’s not too late to help us bring some much needed answers to her family, particularly her five children.
“Every day since Anna was reported missing has been difficult for them, but today the anniversary of her disappearance, will be particularly hard for them.”

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