Another Search in Myrtle Beach, SC … Brittanee Drexel has Been Missing Since April 2009

17 year old Brittanee Marie Drexel has been missing since Arpil 25, 2009 in Myrtle Beach, SC while on Spring Break. A large scale search of police and volunteers has begun this weekend for the missing Chili teenager, Brittanee Drexel. More than 200 people are expected to search for missing  Brittanee Marie Drexel. The search is to  focus on Old Georgetown Road in Charleston County, and involve crews on horseback and with cadaver dogs.

Police and volunteers in Myrtle Beach will conduct a large scale search this weekend for missing Chili teenager, Brittanee Drexel.

Drexel, who was 17-year-old at the time, went missing while on spring break in Myrtle Beach in April 2009. She was in Myrtle Beach without her parents’ permission.

Another Search in  Myrtle Beach, SC …Brittanee Drexel has Been Missing Since April 2009The CUE Center for Missing Persons will hold a search for Drexel will continue this weekend in Georgetown County.

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The search focuses on McClellanville because a cell phone tower there received a signal from Drexel’s cell phone after she disappeared.  Brittanee Drexel was staying at the Bar Harbor Hotel on Ocean Boulevard when she went missing. She was seen leaving the hotel on surveillance video at 8:15 p.m. to visit friends at the Bluewater Resort. Drexel was recorded on video surveillance leaving the Bluewater Resort and thought to be  headed back to Bar Harbor, but never arrived.

UPDATE I: 150 continue search for missing teenager.

At least 150 people searched three miles of wooded road in Georgetown County on Saturday in the hopes of finding a clue to the whereabouts of Brittanee Drexel.

The search will continue today with at least 30 more people, said Monica Caison, with the CUE Center for Missing Persons in Wilmington, N.C., which organized the search

UPDATE II: No clues in Brittanee Drexel search, last seen in Myrtle Beach. (VIDEO)

No significant finds were made on Saturday, but Brittanee Drexel’s mother, Dawn Drexel, said she is optimistic.

“I’m hopeful that they’ll get a tip called in or something that will bring us closer to what happened to Brittanee,” Dawn Drexel said.

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