Searches took place on Sunday for missing Myrtle Beach woman Heather Elvis, but they didn't quite go as smoothly as everyone would have liked. First of all, it could be safely said that Heather still hasn't been found and there haven't been any new clues gathered in these foot searches. That's one disappointment to work through, but there's more: Searchers were allegedly attacked by family members of a man named in the initial police report associated with the woman's disappearance.
This post shares many of the details, but if it's been removed you can view the screenshot above and here (click link to enlarge). Apparently a searcher was intimidated and "verbally assaulted" by the father-in-law of Sidney Moorer, as the search for Heather was taking place adjacent to the Moorer property for some reason.
Earlier, this article revealed that the wife of Sidney Moorer (who is named in this police report) had posted about the affair he had had with Heather in the months leading up to her disappearance. Meanwhile, Heather's family members have revealed that one of the last people she had contact with was none other than Sidney Moorer. So why would his wife's father want people to stay away from their property during the search?
To play devil's advocate for a moment, it could simply be because it is near their private property and they don't want people poking around there. It doesn't necessarily mean they are guilty of anything pertaining to Heather Elvis's disappearance, but their other behavior surrounding all of this is just odd.
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