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Oct 19, 2017

Another Horry County Woman Goes Missing

Authorities in Horry County, South Carolina are looking for Miranda Butler. The 27-year-old Myrtle Beach woman hasn't been seen since August 4th, making it hard to imagine what may have happened to her. With more than two months passed in this case, will authorities be able to figure out where she is?

Miranda Butler was last seen wearing a red tank top and a pair of black sweatpants with the words "BOSS 94" embroidered down one of the legs, when she was lat seen in early August of this year. She has at least one tattoo, including a peace sign on her back. Authorities in Horry County say that she was seen at the City Gas Station on Bush River Road, and hasn't been seen since. She is described as a white female with blonde hair. Her photos are included in this post.

Police say that Miranda is known by law enforcement, and has drug use issues. She was reportedly part of a drug rehabilitation program earlier this year. The circumstances surrounding her disappearance are still making their way through media reports, but she's been missing for over two months without any coverage. This will make it incredibly difficult to figure out what happened to her. Did this missing Horry County woman slip through the cracks? Hopefully it's not too late to look for her.

Miranda Butler is not the only woman currently missing from the same region. In 2013, Heather Elvis vanished under suspicious circumstances. The 20-year-old woman still hasn't been found, but prosecutors in Horry County are going after a married couple -- Sidney and Tammy Moorer -- on accusations that they kidnapped and murdered her. With Heather Elvis still missing, it's hard to know for certain just what happened to her. Hopefully the disappearance of Miranda Butler doesn't drag on like Heather's case.

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