Missing South Carolina woman’s vehicle found abandoned in neighboring county

Investigators in South Carolina are looking for a 21-year-old woman last seen on December 15, the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office says.

Flavie Alix Marie Cocard told her family she was leaving that day, but did not say why or where she was going.

Two days later, the Abbeville County Sheriff’s Office found Cocard’s abandoned vehicle in a rural area of the county but found no sign of the missing woman.

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Abbeville County Sheriff Ray Watson told the Index-Journal that deputies searched a two-mile radius around where the vehicle was found with bloodhounds, searched nearby woods, and flew a drone over the area.

The South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division and federal authorities are assisting with the search, the sheriff said.

“We just haven’t been able to locate her,” he said.

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office described Cocard, of French descent, as 5 foot 4 inches, about 190 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. She has a tattoo of flowers on her chest and multiple scars on her arms.

“We are looking for any tips we can get,” said Lt. Ryan Flood of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.

Anyone with information should call 864-271-5210 or Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 864-23-CRIME.

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[Featured image: Flavie Alix Marie Cocard/Greenville County Sheriff’s Office]