Drexel age progression photo released 3 years after vanishing
With help from the CUE Center for Missing Persons, Brittanee Drexel's family has released an age progression photo of her, three years after she went missing.
In April 2009, Drexel went missing in Myrtle Beach while on a trip that her family did not know about. She has not been seen since, nor have any arrests been made in the case.
Forensic artist, Diana Trepkov, made the photo using Drexel's biological families to produce the likeness.
In the photo, Trepkov notes that Brittanee's right eye is smaller than her left eye.
Brittanee's mother Dawn Drexels says they continue to hold out hope that Brittanee will be found. "You never know, she may be going by a different name, but I'll tell you if they have that picture of the age progression, and they take a really good look at it, maybe somewhere, someone will see her and we'll have a better chance of bringing her home."
If anyone has information of the whereabouts of Brittanee Drexel or concerning her disappearance is asked to call the Myrtle Beach Police Department at (843) 918-1963.