Find Heather Elvis efforts continue this weekend - WRBL

Find Heather Elvis efforts continue this weekend

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -

A tent will be set up with information about Heather Elvis from Socastee who went missing December 17.  The volunteers will set up next to the railroad tracks next to Bob Evans off of 501 by Riveroaks. The volunteers will be out there Friday, January 10, starting at 5 p.m. and they're remain out there until  Sunday, January 12, at 11 p.m. 

They will hand out flyers and take any anonymous leads with no questions asked.

Elvis' car was found abandoned at Peachtree Landing December 19 and no other clues have come up since then.  

The reward for information leading to Heather's whereabouts now sits at $25,000.  

HLN's Nancy Grace interviewed Terry and Debbie Elvis, her parents, for a feature on Heather's case – something they hope and pray will bring in new leads.

Horry County Police formed a special task force with the Horry County Sheriff's Office, Myrtle Beach Police, SLED, US Marshal Task Force, 15th Circuit Solicitor's Office and the Drug Enforcement Unit to find Elvis.

If you have any information about Heather Elvis, email crimetips@horrycounty.org or call 915-TIPS (8477).

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