CUE Center for Missing Persons spends weekend searching for Heather Elvis

The search continued Sunday for any sign of Heather Elvis, 20, of Myrtle Beach who was last seen nearly two weeks ago.

Searchers with the CUE Center for Missing Persons were back on the waters and on land near Peachtree Landing in Socastee and in the area surrounding it.

More than 60 volunteers with the organization came from all across the east coast to help with Saturday's search.

They were also joined by the Myrtle Beach Fire Department, the Surfside Beach Fire Department as well as a number of law enforcement agencies.

"These are some of the best law enforcement agencies down in this area and they've always been very forth with in missing person cases. They're very aggressive in missing person cases and that's what it needs to solve it so I'm confident there will be some kind of resolve and in the meantime we just have to keep a steady course," explained CUE Center for Missing Persons Director Monica Caison.

Heather Elvis was last seen at her parents house on December 17th.

Her cell phone pinged the next day at 3 a.m.

The following day, Elvis' car was found at Peachtree Landing.

Caison is urging anyone with information to reach out: "I encourage people, if you know something, if you've heard something, if you saw something, even prior to this, call law enforcement, share what you know because they are steadily piecing things together to try and locate this young lady."

Caison added that searchers will be back searching the Peachtree Landing area this week.

There is a $20,000 reward being offered for information leading to Elvis' location.