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South Carolina girl’s cause of death released

CAYCE, S.C. – Autopsy results were released Tuesday in the death of 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik and Coty Scott Taylor, 30.

Faye’s cause of death was asphyxiation, according to Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher. Faye’s death took place within a few hours of her abduction days before her body was found, Fisher said. 

Faye was last seen playing in her yard Feb. 10 before she was reported missing. A multi-agency search for the first-grader spanned three days and centered on an area within about a mile of her home. 

Her body was found Feb. 13 in a wooded area near her home after investigators located a critical piece of evidence during a search of neighborhood trash cans. 

Cayce Department of Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove said the evidence found during that search included a child’s polka dot boot and a ladle with freshly dug dirt in it. The trash can in which the items were found was associated with the home of Taylor. 

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