National tour features missing persons from Myrtle Beach

National tour features missing persons from Myrtle Beach (Image courtesy of CUE Center for Missing Persons)

Volunteers from the CUE Center for Missing Persons will be stopping in Myrtle Beach Saturday on their drive across the U.S. to raise awareness for missing children and adults.

The Myrtle Beach stop will be hosted by Missy Marcus, whose son Zack Malinowski went missing in August of 2013 in Aynor.

The CUE volunteers will stop in southeastern states to attend rallies that they hope will bring attention to missing people.

"After a significant period of time passes, many cases fade from the public's radar, but for the families and friends of a missing person, the nightmare continues-every minute of every day their loved one is absent," said CUE founder Monica Caison.

Heather Elvis, who went missing in December 2013 from Myrtle Beach and Brittanee Drexel, who went missing from Myrtle Beach in April 2009, will be featured at the rally at the Myrtle Beach stop.

Randy Davis, who went missing in January 2015 and was found in May of 2017, will also be featured at the stop.

The stop is from 12-3 p.m at O'Reilly Auto Parts in Myrtle Beach October 21st.

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