We are asking for our help in finding our daughter, Heather is a beautiful young woman with a heart of gold, she is so full of love and kindness, will you help us to find her and get her back home?
This is an active investigation so please, if you have any information no matter how small you may think it is, share it with us and the Horry County Police Department.
Last Known Information
Heather Elvis was last heard from around 3:00am on December 17, 2013. Her last known location was at 2:00am near 541 Whiteriver Drive just off River Oaks Drive in Myrtle Beach. Her car, a dark green 2001 Dodge Intrepid, was found parked in Socastee at Peachtree Landing.
Myrtle Beach, SC
Dec. 17, 2013
Date of Birth:
June 29, 1993
Submit a Tip
If you have a tip, or any information, that may help find Heather Elvis, please submit your confidential tip by calling the Horry County Police tipline at (843) 915-TIPS.
"I am a father, a husband, a brother and a son, the first one being the most rewarding and at the same time the most painful.
It was 30 days ago today that I last heard from my daughter Heather.
Heather was a happy, excited 20-year-old girl on December 17, 2013. That is the last day before she disappeared. Loving, beautiful, she meant the world to me.
She still does. Even more so, in fact.
Heather is like many girls her age. She loves her freedom, and she is loved by her friends. A cosmetology student and a talented artist with a brilliant eye for color, she has a selfless heart in everything she does and toward everyone she meets. I have many favorite pictures of her, but this one (above) I took a few months ago, with Heather smiling and relaxing, cuddling with our family dog in the kitchen captures her spirit best. My daughter always loved working with kids, including the ones in our Southern Baptist church, where she helped take care of them from time to time. Heather loves animals and children and helping those less fortunate. When she traveled to Costa Rica for a missionary trip three years ago, I told her how as a diver, she might enjoy the beauty of the water -- how extraordinary it is when you break the calm, and the plankton lights it up a luminescent green.
I watched her grow, along with my 30-year-old son and my 16-year-old daughter, from helpless babies that depend on us for everything into dependable young adults who are educated and able to face the world on their own two feet with confidence. All the while, as a father, I have never stopped watching over them with the instinct to protect and provide for them."