#VIDEO | Day 4: the Cayce, Sc community is still searching for 6-year old Faye Swetlik

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#UPDATE | 6:00am| 02/13/2020 | Cayce, Sc (CNN) – The Cacye Department of Public Safety released another piece of surveillance video.

This one shows two vehicles in the area around the time Faye was last seen.

To other cars from where Faye lives were towed and are being processed.

According to investigators, there’s been no evidence that Faye was abducted, which is why no Amber Alert has been issued.

They say Faye may have wandered off or gotten hurt and is in need of help.

The lack of information is why authorities say getting in contact with the people inside those vehicles is vital.

About 250 law enforcement officers are involved in the search.

Authorities say Faye’s father, mother and the mother’s boyfriend are all cooperating.

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#UPDATE | 12:00pm | 02/12/2020| Cayce, Sc (WJBF) – The Cayce Department of Public Safety held a press conference this morning on the latest developments in the Faye Swetlik case.

Officials have expanded their search perimeter beyond one mile but have not said how far.

They have also released new video of Faye getting off the school bus.

If you know anything about this little girl’s disappearance contact the Cayce Department of Public Safety at 803-205-4444 or your local law enforcement.

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#UPDATE| 5:40am | 02/12/2020 | Cayce, Sc (ABC News) – Hundreds of officers are searching for a 6-year-old South Carolina girl who’s been missing for more than 24 hours.

First grader Faye Swetlik was last seen around 3:45 p.m. Monday, after she got off the school bus and was playing in front of her home in Cayce, just outside of Columbia, according to the Cayce Department of Public Safety.

“Faye is a bubbly and happy little girl” who “always wants to play and have fun,” her family said in a statement. “She’s not the type of kid that will up and walk away.”

“When she walks into a room she brightens it up. Everybody loves Faye,” Cayce Department of Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove said at a news conference Tuesday.

Faye Swetlik, 6, is seen in this undated photo released by the city of Cayce, South Carolina in an attempt to help locate the missing.Faye Swetlik, 6, is seen in this undated photo released by the city of Cayce, South Carolina in an attempt to help locate the missing.City of Cayce

Faye’s mother, her mother’s boyfriend and Faye’s father have all been cooperative with police, Snellgrove said.

The FBI has sent agents to assist in the search, Snellgrove said.

Authorities said they planned to go door-to-door through the neighborhood on Tuesday.

Area residents also offered to help search, said Sgt. Evan Antley of the Cayce Public Safety Department.

Authorities have asked neighbors with security cameras to contact them.

“We’ve got a lot of leads in,” Snellgrove said.

“We want to get Faye back home, so we’re not leaving any stone unturned,” Antley said.

“The last time Faye was seen she was wearing a black shirt with the word ‘peace’ across the front of it,” Snellgrove said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Cayce Department of Public Safety at 803-205-4444.

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CAYCE, Sc (WJBF) – The search for missing six-year-old Faye Swetlik continues in Cayce, Tuesday. Cayce is just under 75 miles away from Augusta.

If anyone has any information on where she could be, the hotline number is (803) 205-4444.

According to the city of Cayce, Faye Marie Swetlik was last seen around 3:45 after getting off the school bus in the Churchill Heights neighborhood Monday afternoon.

Faye has strawberry-blonde hair, blue eyes and was wearing polka-dot boots and a black t-shirt.

Picture courtesy of Cayce Department of Public Safety

SLED, the FBI, and the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department are among those helping Cayce DPS with the search.

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