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Dozens of volunteers help search for missing 6-year-old South Carolina girl

 

Search began at 5 p.m. Monday
 

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Updated: 1:39 PM EST Feb 11, 2020
 
 
 
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CAYCE, S.C. —

Several law enforcement agencies are expanding the search Tuesday morning for a 6-year-old girl who went missing Monday afternoon.

The search for Faye Swetlik started around 5 p.m. Monday after her family called Cayce police to report her missing.

 

In a news conference early Tuesday, officers said more than two dozen volunteers are helping in the search for Faye.

The family told police Faye got off the school bus at her regular stop near the Churchill Heights subdivision and made it home safely. Around 3:45 p.m. Monday, the family noticed she was missing and called police.

Officers are asking homeowners with doorbell cameras in that subdivision to review them and submit anything they think might help in the investigation.

"We're looking for a safe return. We want you to share our message on social media. Talk to people in your family and in your neighborhood. We want to keep this girl's name circulating and get that info out as quickly and efficiently as possible," Sgt. Evan Antley with Cayce police said.

Faye Swetlik
 

Faye Swetlik was last seen wearing these clothes. 

Law enforcement officers said early Tuesday that they will once again be going door-to-door in the Churchill Heights subdivision to interview residents. They will also be stopping cars in the neighborhood to question drivers.

There is a tip line officers want people to call: 803-205-4444.

The criteria for an Amber Alert being activated:

  • A law enforcement agency or agencies must believe the child has been abducted
  • If the child is under 17 and the agency believes they’re in immediate danger or serious harm
  • All other possibilities for the disappearance have been reasonably excluded
  • There is sufficient information available to give to the public
  • The child’s name and other critical data have been entered into the National Crime Information Center
 

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UPDATE: Search for missing 6-year-old continues; public urged to share social media posts


by KRISTY KEPLEY-STEWARD, WLOS Staff

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Faye Marie Swetlik, 6, was last seen Monday, Feb 10, 2020, outside her home in Cayce, South Carolina. Anyone with any information should call 803-205-4444 (Photos courtesy Cayce Department of Public Safety)
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CAYCE, SC (WLOS) - Hundreds of volunteers, family members and police officers continue to search for Faye Marie Swetlik. The 6-year-old girl was last seen shortly after she got off the school bus near her South Carolina home in Cayce on Monday.

5 p.m. Update:

Authorities said they have been getting many phone calls, messages and social media postings asking if the public can be involved in the search for Swetlik. However, officials said ground searches need to continue to be done by law enforcement and other first responders.

"Thorough ground searches require coordination and contact with incident command, are mapped and methodical and the terrain and environment in the area varies requiring special equipment and vehicles for safety," Cayce Department of Public Safety said in a post on its Facebook page.

 
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"Please focus efforts in assisting with this investigation by sharing the most up to date postings from our social media pages as we are all working together in bringing Faye home. #PrayforFaye #FayeSwetlik"

4 p.m. Update:

The latest missing persons poster for #FayeSetlik, which was generated by the FBI , and news of her disappearance continues to be shared nationwide.

 

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Faye Marie Swetlik, 6, was last seen Monday, Feb 10, 2020, outside her home in Cayce, South Carolina. Anyone with any information should call 803-205-4444 (Image credit: FBI)

12:15 p.m. Update:

Police in South Carolina authorities have released a new video of a missing 6-year-old girl getting off her school bus two days ago.

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Authorities said they will work tirelessly to bring Faye home and that officers were again spread out across the neighborhood looking for clues.

According to the Cayce Department of Public Safety, the little girl was last seen playing in front of her home after getting off the school bus in the Churchill Heights neighborhood of the city.

Authorities confirmed Wednesday morning that their search area has been expanded while this very active investigation continues. Originally, officials were concentrating on a 1-mile radius around the home. Now that area has been expanded to include other neighborhoods and areas near the interstate.

At this time, no public searches are being organized by law enforcement. Officials say they have a substantial number of well-trained investigators and searchers to cover the area involved in their grid searches.

Officials confirm they will be holding daily press conferences at 11:45 a.m. while the investigation continues.

11:45 a.m. Update:

 

MISSING: SOUTH CAROLINA 6-YEAR-OLD LAST SEEN PLAYING IN FRONT OF RESIDENCE

According to affiliate WPDE, speaking at a press conference Tuesday evening, Cayce, SC, Director of Public Safety Byron Snellgrove said there is no evidence of a possible abduction.

 

Snellgrove also confirmed that Faye's mother was in the home at the time of her disappearance.

"Faye's parents are anxiously waiting her return. Her mother, her mother's boyfriend and her father have all been cooperative with us and the other agencies investigating this case," Snellgrove said.

 

ABC affiliate WSOC confirms authorities say they are investigating a red car that was at an apartment complex, however, few details about that car were released.

 

The family released the following statement Tuesday evening:

Faye is a bubbly and happy little girl. She always wants to play and have fun. She’s not the type of kid that will up and walk away. Her mom was very attentive in watching Faye. Faye pays attention to her surroundings. Her grandmother is very distraught about what has happened because they are very close. We just want to find Faye and bring her home.

Both a family friend and Faye's grandmother said they have no idea what happened to the girl, but they are trying to stay positive.

“A lot of prayer -- we're worried, of course, very distraught,” said Monica Foutz, a family friend. “But we're only thinking positive thoughts.”

“I want my baby back,” said Faye’s grandmother, Ruth Collins. “We gotta find her.”

The director is requesting surveillance or doorbell cams from Churchill Heights residents between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday. Snellgrove added that they will retrieve the footage from the home.

Law enforcement is focusing their efforts in the Churchill Heights neighborhood where Swetlik lives and where she was last seen around 3:45 p.m. Monday.

Officials said Faye got off the school bus near her home Monday and was playing in her front yard a short time later. Family reported Faye missing around 5 p.m. Monday, according to officials.

Swetlik lives with her mother and officials said her mother was home when she got off the bus and around the time she disappeared. Authorities said Faye’s mother, father and her mother’s boyfriend have been cooperating with the investigation.

 

 

At this time, there are no signs that show Faye’s disappearance could be an abduction, according to the Department of Public Safety.

Investigators haven't ruled out any possibility, from the girl wandering away to being kidnapped or worse, authorities said.

“We have more question s than answers ... but the top question we have right now is, ‘Where is Faye?'” said Lexington County Sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Adam Myrick.

Officials spent Monday evening and overnight searching for Faye.

The latest photo shows Faye wearing a black shirt with neon colors, a flower print skirt and polka-dot rain boots. Faye is 3-foot-10, 65 pounds and was last seen playing in her yard at 16 Londonderry Lane in Cayce. Faye is lactose intolerant and has a speech impediment with a tethered tongue. The first-grader has strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes.

 

Issuing an Amber Alert has not been ruled out, according to city officials, who said evidence and information were still being gathered to make that decision.

 

Officials said the following criteria must be met for an Amber Alert to be activated:

  • A law enforcement agency or agencies must believe the child has been abducted,
  • If the child is under 17 and the agency believes they’re in immediate danger or serious harm,
  • All other possibilities for the disappearance have been reasonably excluded,
  • There is sufficient information available to give to the public,
  • The child’s name and other critical data have been entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).

 

 

Faye’s information has been entered into NCIC as a missing person, officials said.

Anyone who sees the girl or has information on her whereabouts is asked to call the Cayce Department of Public Safety at 803-794-0456 or the tips hotline at 803-205-4444.

 

Officials are asking people to continue sharing photos of Faye on social media and in their communities.

At the request of the Cayce Dept. of Public Safety, the FBI has joined the investigation.                            SEE VIDEOS, TWEETS   ;     https://wjactv.com/news/nation-world/missing-search-for-missing-6-year-old-continues-in-south-carolina-faye-marie-swetlik

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Police update search efforts for missing 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik


by WACH Staff

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This undated photo provided by the Cayce Department of Public Safety shows Faye Marie Swetlik, who has been missing since shortly after getting off her school bus near her South Carolina home Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. Investigators say they have no evidence that the girl was kidnapped from her neighborhood in the state's central city of Cayce, S.C. Authorities have not ruled out that the girl was abducted (Cayce Department of Public Safety via AP)
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CAYCE, S.C. (WACH) - Police in South Carolina have identified the occupants of one of the vehicles seen in the Churchill Heights neighborhood during the time the 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik was last seen.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Police update search efforts for missing 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Police update search efforts for missing 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik (WIS/CNN Newsource)

Cayce Police Department Sergeant Evan Antley made the announcement during a press conference Thursday morning.

 

He said police have spoken to the individuals of an SUV captured on camera in their investigation, but are still seeking a silver sedan.

The latest developments come less than one day after police released a video showing the two vehicles asking for the public's help.

Antley says this continues to be a search and rescue investigation, and the goal is to return Faye home safely.

Police are also continuing to talk with everyone who was in the neighborhood at the time Faye went missing.

 

 

#NEW: @Cayce_DPS has released this video of two cars they’re working to identify. Both were seen leaving Faye Swetlik’s subdivision close to the time family members tell investigators the 6-year-old disappeared.

Share tips by calling 803-205–4444.

 
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The Cayce Department of Public Safety released video Monday of the 6-year-old getting off a school bus.

The video was taken a few hours before officials said the family first reported the child missing.

Anyone with information that could help investigators are asked to contact the tipline at (803) 205-4444.                                                                                                                                                                         SEE VIDEOS, TWEETS   ;   https://wjactv.com/news/nation-world/police-update-search-efforts-for-missing-6-year-old-faye-marie-swetlik

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Body of missing South Carolina girl, Faye Marie Swetlik, found; police investigating as homicide

The body of Faye Marie Swetlik, a 6-year-old girl who mysteriously vanished in front of her South Carolina home Monday, has been discovered and her death is being treated as a homicide, investigators said.

“It is with extremely heavy hearts that we are announcing we have found the body, who the coroner has identified, as Faye Marie Swetlik,” Cayce Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove said during a brief news conference Thursday afternoon.

No arrests have been made, he said, adding that there was no danger to the public. He did not say where the body was located or give a cause of death.


Snellgrove also announced that during the investigation a deceased male was located in the Churchill Heights neighborhood. He did not identify the man and did not say whether his death was related to Faye's disappearance.

Investigators were last looking for the drivers of two unfamiliar vehicles seen in the Churchill Heights neighborhood of Cayce, S.C., around the time Faye was last seen.

The Cayce Department of Public Safety late Wednesday released new video of the cars, which appear to be a Chevy Trailblazer SUV and a silver sedan. On Thursday, police said they identified the SUV and were continuing to search for the sedan.


No evidence has pointed to a kidnapping, but investigators said they have not ruled out abduction or other possibilities, like she walked away from her home or was harmed by someone she knew.

The 3-foot-10 inch, 65-pound first-grader vanished around 3:45 p.m. Monday shortly after getting off her school bus. She was last seen playing in front of her home. Family searched for Faye for about an hour before calling 911, authorities have said.


“Her mother, her mother’s boyfriend and her father have all been cooperative with us," Cayce Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove said.


Police released video of the 6-year-old exiting the bus in her last known outfit: polka dot rain boots, a pink flowered skirt, and a black T-shirt with a neon design and the word “PEACE” written on front. She recently had her hair cut to shoulder-length.

Investigators have said that in the course of the first 72 hours, more than 250 officers from multiple agencies were sent out to canvass the neighborhood, going door-to-door to every house and even searching some homes. Hundreds of hours of video were scrutinized and witnesses interviewed.

Helicopters have been flying over the neighborhood since Monday, and tracking dogs have combed the streets in search of clues. The search also included nearby wooded areas.

As the investigation ramped up, police blocked the entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood to prevent anyone outside the community from entering.

Police said an Amber Alert was not issued because the situation does not meet federally mandated guidelines, which call for evidence that an abduction has occurred along with enough information to aid in the child’s recovery.

Flyers with Faye's picture were posted all over Cayce, a city of 14,000 neighboring the state capital of Columbia.

"Faye is a bubbly energetic first-grader at Springdale Elementary School," Snellgrove said. “When she walks into a room, she brightens it up.”

https://www.foxnews.com/us/faye-marie-swetlik-missing-south-carolina-girl-search

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DAMN IT   I was really wishing she would be ok......:pray: to her and her family

I hope they skin the bastard alive that did this.....how can a person do that to a little kid    DAMN IT   I hate people


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4 hours ago, Lupara said:

How can they call this a homicide then say there is no danger to the public?

Just a very, very strange story. They found another man's body while searching for hers, but they say as of yet it's unrelated.

When interviewing family members on the news, the mother and grandmother, they only show their hands, not their faces.

There was never an Amber Alert issued. The case never met all criteria.

Its one of those stories where you know the police know something, so they aren't releasing information that will jeopardize the investigation. Rumors are flying, so I'm not commenting at all. It's just a very sad story that I feel is going to have a very bizarre ending

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46 minutes ago, LFG said:

Just a very, very strange story. They found another man's body while searching for hers, but they say as of yet it's unrelated.

When interviewing family members on the news, the mother and grandmother, they only show their hands, not their faces.

There was never an Amber Alert issued. The case never met all criteria.

Its one of those stories where you know the police know something, so they aren't releasing information that will jeopardize the investigation. Rumors are flying, so I'm not commenting at all. It's just a very sad story that I feel is going to have a very bizarre ending

There ought to be a Yellow Alert where not all federal criteria is met but enough suspicion of foul play exists where the police can employ this useful tool. 

Sadder than it is strange yet strange indeed. 'No one in custody. Ruled a homicide. There is no danger to the public.' A vehicular accident where the driver left the scene is the only type of scenario that would fit these incongruent statements. 

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1 hour ago, Lupara said:

There ought to be a Yellow Alert where not all federal criteria is met but enough suspicion of foul play exists where the police can employ this useful tool. 

Sadder than it is strange yet strange indeed. 'No one in custody. Ruled a homicide. There is no danger to the public.' A vehicular accident where the driver left the scene is the only type of scenario that would fit these incongruent statements. 

All that is what makes me think the police have a suspect

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51 minutes ago, WMJ77 said:

Begs the question which one died first...

Could answer why family members' faces aren't being shown.

See, I hate to speculate, because this case leads to wild theories and accusations. It's all just very strange

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Neighbor strangled missing SC girl before killing himself, authorities say


by KATIE CAVINESS | Sinclair Broadcast Group

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This undated photo provided by the Cayce Department of Public Safety shows Faye Marie Swetlik, who went missing since shortly after getting off her school bus near her South Carolina home Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. (Cayce Department of Public Safety via AP)
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (SBG) — A 6-year-old South Carolina girl who was abducted after school from her front yard was strangled by a neighbor who then killed himself, officials said Tuesday.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Coroner: South Carolina girl's death caused by asphyxiation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Officials held a press conference Tuesday Feb. 18, 2020 to discuss the coroner's findings in the death of 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik. (Video: WIS via CNN Newsource)

Three days after Faye Marie Swetlik's mother frantically called 911 to report her daughter's disappearance Feb. 10, the girl's body was found. Her death is being investigated as a homicide.

 

Around 10:30 a.m. on Feb. 13, authorities were called to a residence in the area where they found a "man bleeding on the back patio," later identified as Coty Scott Taylor.

Investigators said it is their belief that Taylor, 30, abducted and killed the child, taking her body to the woods behind his townhome "in the shadow of the night" and "under the cover of darkness." Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher said in a Tuesday press conference that Swetlik died just a few hours after she was kidnapped.

 

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A police officer blocks a road near an entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, in Cayce, S.C., where 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik went missing just after getting off a school bus. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Taylor lived in the same neighborhood, just a few doors down from the 6-year-old in Cayce's Churchill Heights. Cayce is a suburb of South Carolina's state capital, with roughly 13,000 people, just west of Columbia.

Cayce Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove said "a hunch" led him to search the woods behind Taylor's residence where he personally found Swetlik's body. Investigators collected DNA evidence from Taylor's home and the wooded area, linking Taylor to her death.

"That DNA, once tested, connected the unknown pieces of this horrific crime," Snetlick said in a press conference Tuesday.

More than 200 officers searched for Swetlick, knocking on every door in the neighborhood and checking vehicles as they went in and out, according to The Associated Press.

 

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A Cayce police officer approaches a vehicle at a road block near an entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, in Cayce, S.C., where six year-old Faye Marie Swetlik went missing. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Authorities interviewed Taylor a day before Swetlik's body was discovered. He was described as "cooperative, and gave consent to agents to look through the house." Snellgrove said they initially saw nothing in the home to suggest Swetlik was ever there. Taylor had a roommate but investigators said Taylor was the "sole perpetrator of this crime."

"This was not just an investigation or a case to us. Faye Swetlik quickly grabbed all of our hearts," Snellgrove said Tuesday.

It's believed that Taylor placed Swetlik's body in the woods on Feb. 13, just hours before authorities discovered her. Investigators had been following a trash truck around the neighborhood that morning and sifted through every can as it was emptied. Taylor was found dead shortly after authorities found a child's polka dot rain boot and a soup ladle covered with freshly dug dirt inside his trash can; those clues eventually leading to a crack in the case.

 

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A Cayce police officer blocks an entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, in Cayce, S.C., where 6 year-old Faye Marie Swetlik went missing just after getting off a school bus. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Out of respect for Swetlik's family, the coroner only wished to discuss Swetlik in front of the cameras. Fisher refused to release any details about the condition of Swetlik's body or discuss other ways she may have been injured.

Taylor's death was not discussed at the press conference. WCIV reports Taylor killed himself by slitting his throat. Taylor had no known criminal record leading up Swetlik's disappearance and Snellgrove said Taylor did not know the girl or her family.

The girl's disappearance shocked Cayce, The Associated Press reports. Several prayer vigils were held while she was missing and after her body was found. A public memorial will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at Trinity Baptist Church in Cayce.                                                                                                             SEE VIDEO REPORTS    ;   https://wjactv.com/news/nation-world/coroner-south-carolina-girls-death-caused-by-asphyxiation

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14 hours ago, mr.d said:

Neighbor strangled missing SC girl before killing himself, authorities say


by KATIE CAVINESS | Sinclair Broadcast Group

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This undated photo provided by the Cayce Department of Public Safety shows Faye Marie Swetlik, who went missing since shortly after getting off her school bus near her South Carolina home Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. (Cayce Department of Public Safety via AP)
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (SBG) — A 6-year-old South Carolina girl who was abducted after school from her front yard was strangled by a neighbor who then killed himself, officials said Tuesday.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Coroner: South Carolina girl's death caused by asphyxiation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Officials held a press conference Tuesday Feb. 18, 2020 to discuss the coroner's findings in the death of 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik. (Video: WIS via CNN Newsource)

Three days after Faye Marie Swetlik's mother frantically called 911 to report her daughter's disappearance Feb. 10, the girl's body was found. Her death is being investigated as a homicide.

 

Around 10:30 a.m. on Feb. 13, authorities were called to a residence in the area where they found a "man bleeding on the back patio," later identified as Coty Scott Taylor.

Investigators said it is their belief that Taylor, 30, abducted and killed the child, taking her body to the woods behind his townhome "in the shadow of the night" and "under the cover of darkness." Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher said in a Tuesday press conference that Swetlik died just a few hours after she was kidnapped.

 

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A police officer blocks a road near an entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, in Cayce, S.C., where 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik went missing just after getting off a school bus. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Taylor lived in the same neighborhood, just a few doors down from the 6-year-old in Cayce's Churchill Heights. Cayce is a suburb of South Carolina's state capital, with roughly 13,000 people, just west of Columbia.

Cayce Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove said "a hunch" led him to search the woods behind Taylor's residence where he personally found Swetlik's body. Investigators collected DNA evidence from Taylor's home and the wooded area, linking Taylor to her death.

"That DNA, once tested, connected the unknown pieces of this horrific crime," Snetlick said in a press conference Tuesday.

More than 200 officers searched for Swetlick, knocking on every door in the neighborhood and checking vehicles as they went in and out, according to The Associated Press.

 

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A Cayce police officer approaches a vehicle at a road block near an entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, in Cayce, S.C., where six year-old Faye Marie Swetlik went missing. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Authorities interviewed Taylor a day before Swetlik's body was discovered. He was described as "cooperative, and gave consent to agents to look through the house." Snellgrove said they initially saw nothing in the home to suggest Swetlik was ever there. Taylor had a roommate but investigators said Taylor was the "sole perpetrator of this crime."

"This was not just an investigation or a case to us. Faye Swetlik quickly grabbed all of our hearts," Snellgrove said Tuesday.

It's believed that Taylor placed Swetlik's body in the woods on Feb. 13, just hours before authorities discovered her. Investigators had been following a trash truck around the neighborhood that morning and sifted through every can as it was emptied. Taylor was found dead shortly after authorities found a child's polka dot rain boot and a soup ladle covered with freshly dug dirt inside his trash can; those clues eventually leading to a crack in the case.

 

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A Cayce police officer blocks an entrance to the Churchill Heights neighborhood Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, in Cayce, S.C., where 6 year-old Faye Marie Swetlik went missing just after getting off a school bus. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Out of respect for Swetlik's family, the coroner only wished to discuss Swetlik in front of the cameras. Fisher refused to release any details about the condition of Swetlik's body or discuss other ways she may have been injured.

Taylor's death was not discussed at the press conference. WCIV reports Taylor killed himself by slitting his throat. Taylor had no known criminal record leading up Swetlik's disappearance and Snellgrove said Taylor did not know the girl or her family.

The girl's disappearance shocked Cayce, The Associated Press reports. Several prayer vigils were held while she was missing and after her body was found. A public memorial will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at Trinity Baptist Church in Cayce.                                                                                                             SEE VIDEO REPORTS    ;   https://wjactv.com/news/nation-world/coroner-south-carolina-girls-death-caused-by-asphyxiation

I was checking to see if you had this yet, they held a press conference here at 3 yesterday. Horrible ending to this story. It makes me so mad when some sick :censored: does something like this and then turns around and takes his own life

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