Myrtle Beach police are asking for the public's help in finding and identifying the owner and operator of a Jeep, after a report was filed by Terry Elvis, the father of missing Heather Elvis, when the passenger in the Jeep made threats about his missing daughter, according to a Myrtle Beach police report.
On February 4th, around 1:20 p.m., Terry Elvis says he was leaving out the back of his business in Market Common when he saw a matte-black Jeep Wrangler and two men in the car.
According to the Find Heather Elvis Facebook page the passenger in the jeep said quote, "Heather was first, Morgan is next."
Morgan is the name of Terry Elvis' other daughter.
Terry Elvis said that he did not have his car keys or his cell phone so he immediately went back inside his business.
He later saw the car speed off towards Johnson Avenue and then towards Farrow Parkway, the report said.
Myrtle Beach police are now looking for the mid-2000 Jeep Wrangler, dark black, with blacked out rims.
"Obviously we're putting this out to the public. We want to find out who these people are. We want the public's help in helping us to find this black Jeep. There's obviously only so many black jeeps in Horry County, so in time we will find it," Myrtle Beach Police Captain David Knipes said.
WPDE NewsChannel 15 spoke with Mr. Elvis on the phone Friday night. He said his family is devastated over the incident, and hopes the men will be found as soon as possible.
If you have any information, please contact the Myrtle Beach Police Department at 918-1382.