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CCU student, local rapper create video to help find Heather Elvis

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) -

A new video surfaced on the FindHeatherElvis Facebook page.  It's wasn't done by someone who knows Heather Elvis but someone who heard about her disappearance.

It's just the latest example of how the community has come together to try to find Elvis.

Coastal Carolina University freshman, Krisda Sanders, doesn't know the missing girl, but said if she was in her shoes, her own family would want anyone to do anything to potentially help.

It's been more than three weeks since someone saw Elvis, but the support for the missing 20-year-old continues to grow.

Sanders said she wanted to do something to keep her story alive and keep people aware she's still missing. She said she hears about people going missing, but it really hits home when it happens where you live.

Sanders made the video after the song, written and recorded by local rapper Chris Rickman, was posted on the FindHeatherElvis Facebook page.  Rickman knows Elvis and, he says, they had several mutual friends.  Rickman said writing this song was helping Heather in the best way he knew how, "making meaningful music."

"He asked if anyone could make a video, and I had the means to do it, so I went ahead and did it and I posted it, and it already has like 7000 views overnight," said Sanders.

On Thursday evening, that number was pushing closer to 10,000.

She says she's hoping the video, "Finding Heather" will go viral and will aid in the finding of Heather.

"If you put yourself in like her family's shoes, if it was you, you would want anyone doing anything possible to find your daughter or whoever it may be."

Sanders urges the Elvis family to not give up hope.  She said if she was to talk to them, "keep praying about, because we're going to find her."

With that said, the only lead investigators have since Elvis went missing is her car that they found at Peachtree Landing.

If you have any information regarding Heather Elvis please call 843-915-TIPS.

CLICK HERE for related story, and click here to find out more information about Chris Rickman.

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