The search continues for Socastee, South Carolina woman, Heather Elvis, 20, who vanished almost a week before Christmas after being dropped off at her apartment following a date.
According to a Jan. 14, 2014 MyHorryNews.com report, exhaustive quests to find Heather have been conducted, but she has yet to be found.
Heather went missing in the early morning hours of Dec. 18 after being dropped off at her apartment by her date, who authorities say is not a suspect in her disappearance.
According to The State, a police report filed on Dec. 19 indicates Heather’s vehicle was discovered at Peachtree boat and landing, just a day after she vanished.
Terry Elvis, Heather’s father, has stated the last time he heard from his daughter was on Dec. 17 at around 10:43 p.m. when she sent him a text message.
The State reports there is a $25,000 reward for information about Heather’s whereabouts.
Her family has created a Facebook page, FindHeatherElvis in an effort to locate her.
Anyone with information regarding Heather is urged to call 843-915-TIPS or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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