Faye Mary Swetlik Missing from Her Front Yard, Search Underway
South Carolina authorities are searching for a six-year-old girl who was last seen playing in front of her home following a day in school on Monday.
The Cayce Department of Public Safety said that Faye Mary Swetlik was last seen playing in front of the Londonderry Lane home in Cayce at approximately 3:44 pm.
Authorities have contacted her immediate family and share that no further contact has been made with the first-grade girl.
Swetlik – a student at Springdale Elementary School – was last seen wearing a black shirt with neon colors, a flower print skirt and polka dot rain boots.
She is described as being 3’10” and 65lbs with strawberry blonde hair.
Officials describe her has to be lactose intolerant with a speech impediment from having a tethered tongue.
Tethered tongue, or ankyloglossia, is when a thick band of tissue tethers the bottom of the tongue to the tip of the floor of the mouth.
A special hotline has been created for anyone with information about the girl’s whereabouts.
Please contact the Cayce Dept of Public Safety with any information at 803-205-4444. This is a dedicated hotline just for calls about #FayeSwetlik
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