MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – Heather Elvis, 20, was reported missing after her vehicle was found abandoned at Peachtree Landing December 19. Below are the events immediately prior to her disappearance and throughout the search for Heather Elvis:

December 18, 2013: Last day Heather Elvis is heard from, according to phone records.

December 19, 2013: Heather Elvis’ car found abandoned near Peachtree Landing along the Waccamaw River

December 20, 2013: Horry County Major Crimes Detectives search the area of Peachtree Landing in Socastee where Heather’s car was discovered

December 21, 2013: FindHeatherElvis Facebook page created by Elvis family to distribute information about the search for Heather

December 22, 2013: First Baptist Church of Myrtle Beach hosts prayer vigil for the safe return of Heather Elvis

December 23, 2013: Reward for information in Heather Elvis’ disappearance increases to $10,000

December 27, 2013: Volunteer searchers gather to search for Heather Elvis at Peachtree Landing. Reward for information in Heather Elvis’ case increased to $20,000

December 28, 2013: Human skeletal remains found on Tidewater Road by a man who was helping with the search for Heather Elvis. The remains were that of a male in his 20s.

December 31, 2013: Terry Elvis, father of missing woman Heather Elvis, says the year 2013 “will not end or move forward” until his daughter is found, in a stirring Facebook post.

January 2, 2014: CUE Center asks for volunteers in the search for Heather Elvis for Jan. 3-4

January 3-5, 2014: CUE Center holds different searches for Heather Elvis

January 6, 2014: Heather Elvis reward increases to $25,000 as story of her disappearance goes national

January 10, 2014: Anonymous tip tent set up for case of Heather Elvis’ disappearance

January 18, 2014: Governor Nikki Haley meets with Heather Elvis family

January 20, 2014: Reward for information in Heather Elvis’ disappearance increases to $30,000

January 28, 2014: Two men arrested for interfering in Heather Elvis case

February 4, 2014: Terry Elvis says he was harassed by two men who claim to have taken Heather

February 21-22, 2014: Tammy and Sidney Moorer taken into custody, their home searched and they are each charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of Heather Elvis

February 24, 2014: Horry County Police Chief Saundra Rhodes announces Sidney and Tammy Moorer are now charged with the murder of Heather Elvis

February 26, 2014: Terry Elvis writes poem about missing daughter

February 28, 2014: Divers search boat landing in Heather Elvis case, create “forensic re-enactment”

March 12, 2014: Terry Elvis files second police report about being harassed

March 17, 2014: Judge denies bond for Sidney and Tammy Moorer

March 21, 2014: Horry County Police work with law enforcement in Florida in regards to discovered human remains, later found to not be Heather Elvis

June 3, 2014: Tammy and Sidney Moorer charged with Medicaid fraud in an unrelated case

November 25, 2014: A Circuit Court judge refuses to order the release of search warrants in the case of Heather Elvis

January 2, 2015: First trial date set for Heather Elvis murder case

January 22, 2015: New bond hearing set for pair charged in Heather Elvis’ death

February 2, 2015: Sidney Moorer out of jail after bond granted

March 4, 2015: Tammy Moorer’s defense violated gag order 3 times, state says in memo

March 25, 2015: Heather Elvis murder trial pushed back, Moorers remain out on bond

June 23, 2015: Parents of Heather Elvis warn of dangers of cyber bullying

August 25, 2015: Heather Elvis’ accused killers receive permission to move to Florida

March 10, 2016: Murder charges dropped against Sidney and Tammy Moorer