The police’s investigative team that is probing the recent disappearance of social media personality, 24-year-old Donna-Lee Donaldson, is set to engage in a case review with the director of public prosecution (DPP) and senior members of her staff.

In updating of the probe into the highly publicised and controversial disappearance, the police, in a release on Sunday evening, said significant progress has been made with the investigation.

Donaldson was first reported missing to the police on Wednesday, July 13. The release said over “the 11 days since that report, investigators have collected a considerable amount of information about her disappearance.”

The release, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said the investigative team which being led by a superintendent of police and overseen by the Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB) Headquarters, will engage in the case review that “is customary at this stage of probes of this nature”.

The JCF sought to assure that the investigation into Donaldson’s disappearance is being conducted “according to the highest standards”.

Controversy has dogged the matter from day one, as questions have been raised in some circles, about serving members of the police force in relation to the disappearance.

This is while there have been almost daily public demonstrations for a number of days now, as Donaldson’s family members and other concerned citizens press for some clarity in relation to the police probe.