The search for Heather Elvis continues, but media updates are becoming fewer and farther between as the cases verges near its two-month-mark. With nearly two months gone since the girl vanished, it seems that investigators are at a loss, even though many in the community seem to believe they know what happened to the girl. If it's so cut and dry, why no arrests? Why not movement in this case? Could it be because the woman still hasn't been found?
Many of the fliers depicting the missing Myrtle Beach woman show her face with heavy makeup on, and they neglect to show her tattoos -- which are identifying marks that are important to show. Faces are easy to forget for many people -- especially when the face is a cosmetic representation of the missing person's real face. So tattoos may be what aids in finding this missing woman.
The following flier is updated for ChelseaHoffman.Com and shows Heather Elvis's face with minimal to no makeup and includes two zoomed in photos of some of her tattoos. If she's been murdered, these tattoos may be what identifies her when her remains are found. If she's being kept somewhere in another city where people wouldn't recognize her, seeing those tattoos or recognizing her un-madeup face may be a possibility.
Please share the flier and help draw more attention to Heather's tattoos. It's been nearly two months since she was last seen, so it's important to consider all possibilities when it comes to finding and identifying this missing woman.
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