Faye Marie Swetlik Bio – Wiki
Faye Marie Swetlik is a girl from Cayce, South Carolina, who disappeared after getting home from school on Monday, 10 February 2020.
Cayce is part of the Columbia metropolitan area. Anyone with tips or information about where she may be is asked to call the hotline at
She is 6 years old.
The FBI has joined the search for the little girl, and Faye was added to the National Crime Information Center’s list of missing persons. An Amber Alert was not issued for Swetlik. Faye was last seen wearing a flower print skirt, polka dot boots and a black T-shirt with neon colors. Her shirt has the word “Peace” on it. The Cayce Department of Public Safety has also released a video that shows Faye getting off the school bus.
— Caroline Hecker (@CHecker_WIS) February 11, 2020
Faye’s family released a statement Tuesday afternoon that was published by Fox Carolina. Faye is a bubbly and happy little girl. She always wants to play and have fun. She’s not the type of kid that will up and walk away. Her mom was very attentive in watching Faye. Faye pays attention to her surroundings. Her grandmother is very distraught about what has happened because they are very close. We just want to find Faye and bring her home.
Faye Swetlik lives with her mother. Police initially said during the early morning. They were not sure whether the mother was at home when Faye arrived on the school bus. But during a 5 p.m. news conference on February 11, a spokesman for the Cayce Department of Public Safety verified that Faye’s mother was at home.
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Cayce Department of Public Safety shared that more than 250 people from various law enforcement agencies have been canvassing the neighborhood around Faye Swetlik’s home in the search for clues. Citizen volunteers are also assisting with the search. Neighbor Kathy Newell told WSDC Tv that she doesn’t know Faye or her family but was doing all she could to help find her.
Captain Adam Myrick of the Lexington County Sheriff‘s office noted that people who live in the Churchill Heights neighborhood could expect to hear from law enforcement officials, who are going door-to-door as part of the search. He added that officers are also stopping people in their vehicles as they travel in and out of the subdivision.