Urgent search for South Carolina girl comes to heartbreaking end

The death of first grader Faye Swetlik as being treated as a homicide, authorities said.
2:05 | 02/14/20

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And back here at home, the sad turn in the case of that missing 6-year-old from south Carolina. Tonight, authorities now revealing they have found the body of Faye swetlik and are now treating the case as a homicide. And that during the investigation, they revealed they found the body of a man, as well. Here's ABC's Marcus Moore. Reporter: Tonight, the urgent search for a bubbly little girl in this small, tight-knit south Carolina town has come to a heartbreaking end. It is with extremely heavy hearts that we are announcing that we have found the body that the coroner has identified as Faye Marie swetlik. Reporter: Authorities now treating this case as a homicide. And they also say investigators found a male's body in the same Cayce neighborhood where little Faye disappeared. But it's unclear how their deaths may be connected. At this time, we feel there is no danger to the community. Reporter: The 6-year-old girl vanished on Monday afternoon, last seen playing outside her home after returning from school. These are among the last known images of Faye, captured on surveillance cameras, getting off of her school bus before she went missing. Hundreds of investigators converging on this neighborhood, including the FBI. Searching from the air and on the ground. Knocking on doors and going to every home in the neighborhood, even picking through landfills and dumpsters in the area. Overnight, authorities releasing these images of two vehicles in the area. Through tips, they managed to identify and talk to the occupants of this SUV, but said they were still searching for the people connected to this small silver car. Tonight, this crime has shaken the community. This beautiful little girl on Monday was just having her day. She's not hurting anybody in this world. And she's just being a blessing for everybody, and so, it's very upsetting. Reporter: David, authorities said today there is no danger to the public, but they would not elaborate on that point. They also took no questions during the news conference. And the emotion we saw today gave us a sense of just how personal this is for all of them. David? Just an awful story. Marcus Moore in South Carolina. Marcus, thank you.

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