Authorities in South Carolina will hold a news conference late Friday morning to share more information about the apparent homicide of 6-year-old Faye Swetlik, a day after police announced they had found the little girl’s body.
On Friday, the Cayce Department of Public Safety announced they would hold a press conference at 11:45 on Friday to announce new information in the case. According to WIS News, authorities may be able to release 911 calls connected to her disappearance, but it is not known specifically what will be addressed at the news conference.
MEDIA – Today’s (02/14/2020) case update will be held at 11:45 a.m. at Trinity Baptist Church. New Information will be released. pic.twitter.com/5ruFRnrbs4
— Cayce Public Safety (@Cayce_DPS) February 14, 2020
Faye vanished on Monday afternoon after she was seen disembarking the school bus and then playing in her front yard. Family members reported her missing at about 5 p.m. Monday after they reportedly lost track of her. A massive search that included hundreds of officers from multiple agencies remained primarily focused on Faye’s Churchill Heights neighborhood, where investigators reportedly found Faye dead in close proximity to a deceased male. Authorities have not identified the male or confirmed he is connected to Faye’s apparent homicide. It is not yet known where or when Faye is believed to have been killed, or precisely where she was found.
WIS News will be carrying a live stream of Friday’s press conference.
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