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World Faye Marie Swetlik abducted, killed by South Carolina neighbour, officials say after autopsy

01:50  19 february  2020
01:50  19 february  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Faye Swetlik , who disappeared from her front yard after school, was strangled by a neighbor who then killed himself, authorities Neighbor Strangled Missing 6-Year-Old South Carolina Girl, Then Killed Himself: Police. Faye Marie Swetlik died just hours after she was abducted , Lexington

Authorities revealed the results of Faye Swetlik 's (left) autopsy on Tuesday afternoon, after her body was found in woodland in Cayce, South Carolina Six-year-old Faye Swetlik was strangled to death a few hours after she was abducted , coroners confirmed in a press conference held outside Trinity

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Investigators said 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik of Cayce was killed last week by Coty Scott Taylor, 30, a neighbour found dead after being interviewed by investigators following Faye's disappearance.

It appears that Taylor is the "sole perpetrator of this crime," Cayce Department of Public Safety director Byron Snellgrove said during a press conference Tuesday.

Autopsy results released Tuesday in the death of Faye, who was first reported missing eight days ago, show she died by asphyxiation, according to Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher.

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After officials announced that a body had been found, Collins posted a picture of a single burning candle, and a touching picture of her 'And as your vice president and as a father, let me say we were deeply saddened to receive word this afternoon that the remains of Faye Swetlik , a 6-year-old girl

Faye Marie Swetlik went missing Monday. Her body was foundy Thursday in the woods between her home and an auto parts store moments before a neighbor Police actually spoke with Taylor, who had no criminal history, soon after Faye went missing. Investigators said they found a clue to Faye ’s

a close up of a girl smiling for the camera: Faye Marie Swetlik, 6, went missing after she got off a school bus near her home in South Carolina.© AP Faye Marie Swetlik, 6, went missing after she got off a school bus near her home in South Carolina. An autopsy performed on Taylor over the weekend shows he died by suicide, Fisher said, according to Associated Press.

Investigators say Taylor killed Faye Swetlik hours after she was abducted from her yard on February 10.

Fisher said the autopsy determined the child's death was a homicide and did not occur at the location where her body was discovered. Fisher said Faye's body had been at that location only for a short time.

Faye was last seen playing in her yard around 3:45 pm February 10. She was reported missing to law enforcement around 5 pm, after her mother searched the neighbourhood and spoke with neighbours.

The report triggered a multi-agency search involving more than 300 law enforcement officers that spanned three days and centred on an area within about a mile of the first-grader's home.

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CAYCE, S . C . – Authorities in South Carolina plan to release Tuesday details around the death of Faye Marie Swetlik , the 6-year-old Cayce girl who was found last week after she was reported missing days earlier. Faye was last seen playing in her yard last Monday night before her disappearance.

Between Monday and Wednesday nights, investigators conducted four perimeter searches of the neighbourhood and collected video footage from nearly 50 locations, Snellgrove said. Snellgrove said they discovered video that appeared to show Taylor "doing some things that are suspicious to us," but Snellgrove would not elaborate.

Faye Swetlik search.© Getty Faye Swetlik search. By the end of the week, officers had followed 283 leads from a hotline set up during the search.

Law enforcement also knocked on every door of every home in the Churchill Heights neighbourhood where she lived, going back to each house until they'd interviewed every resident.

Investigators interviewed the man they ultimately determined was responsible for Faye's death. Taylor lived about 150 feet from Faye's home.

Snellgrove said Taylor was interviewed by investigators on Wednesday afternoon and was cooperative and gave them permission to search his home. Investigators did not find anything at the home that led them to believe he was connected to the case at that time, Snellgrove said.

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Faye Swetlik is on her way home, accompanied by a police escort as she returns to the Midlands following an autopsy at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston on Saturday. The six-year-old South Carolina girl was missing for several days before it was discovered that she'd

The body of Faye Marie Swetlik , a 6-year-old girl who mysteriously vanished in front of her South Carolina home Monday, has been discovered and is “It is with extremely heavy hearts that we are announcing we have found the body, who the coroner has identified, as Faye Marie Swetlik ,” Cayce

Taylor does have a roommate, but there was no indication that the roommate was involved, Snellgrove said.

Fisher said evidence shows Faye was already dead at the time Taylor was interviewed.

Investigators believe Taylor killed Faye within hours of her abduction on February 10 and moved her body under the cover of darkness in the early morning hours of February 13.

Snellgrove found Faye's body around 10:30 am February 13 after investigators found a child's polka-dot boot and a soup ladle with freshly dug dirt in it during a search of neighbourhood trash cans.

The trash can in which the items were found was associated with Taylor's townhome.

After calling for assistance to conduct an additional search of the wooded area behind that home, Snellgrove found Faye's body nearby.

A funeral for Faye will be held Friday at 7 pm at Trinity Baptist Church in Cayce, according to an obituary shared by Caughman-Harman Funeral Home in Lexington.

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