FBI Searches For 6-Year-Old Who Was Last Seen In A Backyard
Over a day since she was most recently seen, many officials are attempting to locate a 6-year-old young lady who disappeared in Cayce, South Carolina, on Monday. Faye Swetlik left a school transport at about 3:45 p.m. Monday and was seen playing in the front yard of her home. Sooner or later, the young lady couldn’t be found, and her family reached police at around 5 p.m. to report her missing.
A neighbor whose child rides the transport with Faye disclosed to WYFF that she saw Faye’s mom walk the young lady back to their home. What’s more, neighbors supposedly said that Faye much of the time played on the entryway patio of the house. A journalist for WIS-TV posted a video on Twitter indicating FBI operators looking at a courtyard in the lawn of the home on Londonberry Lane, where Faye lives with her mom.
At a news meeting Tuesday, Cayce Director of Public Safety Byron Snellgrove said that specialists had precluded a kidnapping. He additionally apparently said that Faye’s mom, father, and mother’s sweetheart have been helping out the examination.
As per WYFF, a flyer discharged by the Cayce Department of Public Safety takes note of that specialists have been in contact with the entirety of Faye’s known family members, and none have seen or gotten notification from the young lady since she was most recently seen Monday.