Pictures Of Vehicles Released In Search For Missing SC 6-Year-Old Girl, Faye Swetlik

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Police have identified one of the vehicles, but are seeking information on the second vehicle, seen below.

Faye Swetlik was reported missing Monday afternoon after coming home from school. A tipline has been set up at 803-205-4444.

UPDATE: 02/13/2019

Police in South Carolina announced they have discovered the body of missing 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik. 

Officials announced no arrests have been made at this time but did say another deceased male was also located in the Churchill Heights neighborhood. Official state that the investigation into the found male, has just begun. 

Earlier Thursday police announced they have identified the occupants of one of the vehicles seen in the neighborhood during the time the child was last seen.

Cayce Police Department Sergeant Evan Antley said police have spoken to the individuals of an SUV captured on camera in their investigation, but are still seeking a silver sedan.

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The following is via WTLX. 

CAYCE, S.C. — Cayce Department of Public Safety officers say they’ve identified one of the two vehicles they wanted to get information about related to the search for a missing girl, but they still need to find the other.

It’s the latest development in the search for Faye Swetlik, a Cayce girl who was last seen playing in front of her home Monday afternoon.

Late Wednesday night, officers released a video which includes several pictures of two vehicles. One was an SUV, while the other was a silver sedan. Officers said Thursday morning they’ve been able to identify the Chevy Trailblazer SUV, but investigators are still seeking information about the silver sedan.

they want to speak to the people who were inside two vehicles seen leaving the neighborhood where a six-year-old girl is missing.

Cayce officers say they have yet to identify the occupant.  Officers say the vehicle occupant may have information relating to the investigation.

Anyone with information on where Faye might be or who has information should call the hotline set up for tips at 803-205-4444.

Investigation Latest: 

Swetlik was last seen around 3:44 p.m. Monday while playing in her front yard at Londonderry Lane in Cayce just off Highway 302 in the Churchill Heights neighborhood.

Cayce DPS Chief Byron Snellgrove had said Tuesday that the little girl’s mother was home at the time of the disappearance.

Police are still trying to stop rumors about what’s happened to a missing 6-year-old girl, even as they continue to search for the child.

Cayce DPS Sgt. Evan Antley said they’ve also expanded their search, and they’re encouraging people to only trust information coming from officials.

“Rumors that false could potentially divert valuable resources that could bring the girl home,” Antley said.

Investigators said Faye rode the bus home from school and got off near her home. Officers have released a new video taken from a bus surveillance camera of the moment when the little girl got off the vehicle. They’re asking people to share that video out.

At this point, officers said they’re still actively searching for the girl. The search area has been expanded out past the initial one-mile radius, and has now stretched almost to Interstate 26.

More than 250 officers have been part of the search, going door to door, speaking to neighbors and searching the family home. Snellgrove said he invited the FBI to join the search, and they are actively participating in the search.

Antley said they have a systematic way of doing things and that’s why bringing in volunteers would be counterproductive to collecting evidence.

Officers had asked residents with RING doorbells to check their video feed for clues or information about Swetlik. Investigators say they’ve gotten a good response from the public, and they’re looking at videos and expanding on leads.

She has also been entered into the NCIC database as missing.

‘I Want My Baby Back'” The Family Speaks Out:

Tuesday night, Faye’s grandmother, Ruth Collins, spoke for the first time on her granddaughter’s disappearance.

“I want my baby back,” Collins said. “We’ve got to find her.”

Collins attended the prayer vigil with other family members and close friends.

“We’re worried of course, very distraught, but we have to keep thinking of positive thoughts,” says Monica Foutz, a friend of the family. “We have to keep thinking that they’re going to find her. We’re just waiting on them to do it.”

WLTX’s sister station WCNC Charlotte went to Faye’s father’s home in Rowan County Tuesday afternoon. His girlfriend, who considers herself Faye’s stepmother, said they last saw Faye around Christmas time, but they were actually planning to visit her in Cayce, South Carolina this weekend.The girlfriend said they are hoping anyone with video surveillance will provide it to police, adding they also hope anyone with information will call the special tip line for the case.

Special Tipline Set Up:

Anyone with information on where she might be should call the hotline set up for tips at 803-205-4444 or the Cayce Department of Public Safety at 803-794-0456 or Investigator W. Dougall at 803-550-9535.