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Heather Elvis case: 2 sought for threatening sister, say they have missing woman

The reward for information regarding Heather Elvis or her whereabouts now stands at $30,000.

Police in Myrtle Beach and Horry County are on the lookout for a Jeep Wrangler after one of two men in the vehicle threatened the family of Heather Elvis, according to a report filed by Terry Elvis, the missing woman's father. Not only did the man yell that they had Elvis' oldest daughter, an implication that she might be held captive, but they also threatened that something similar could happen to Morgan, Heather's younger sister.

WBTW in Florence reported Feb. 7 that Myrtle Beach Police were called to Market Common on a threats and harassment case on Tuesday. Terry Elvis, the victim, alleged that the passenger in a black Jeep Wrangler yelled a threat at him on Howard Ave. at approximately 1:20 p.m.

"We already have Heather," the man allegedly yelled at Elvis, who owns a printing shop nearby. "Morgan [Elvis' other daugher] is next."

Heather Elvis was reported missing by her father on Dec. 19 after Horry County police found her abandoned car at Peachtree Landing along the Waccamaw River. She was last seen on Dec. 17 and last heard from on Dec. 18.

A police report indicates that she was in contact with an older man with whom she had had a previous relationship in the early hours of Dec. 18. Elvis' roommate told authorities that Heather had appeared upset during their earlier conversation.

No arrests have been made regarding the missing woman's case. No persons of interest have been named to date.

The vehicle police are currently searching for is believed to be a mid-2000 model Jeep Wrangler, flat black in color, with blacked-out rims and a black rag top. The vehicle is lifted, sitting high above the wheels. The vehicle also has a tubular rear bumper.

Terry Elvis attempted to locate the vehicle himself but was unable to do so. He told police he didn't think the Jeep had any type of vehicle registration.

Video surveillance footage was sought after the incident to see if any useful information about the vehicle and the two men could be found.

There is currently a $30,000 reward being offered for information in the Heather Elvis case that might lead authorities to her location

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