UPDATE: Horry County police confirmed on Jan. 3 that Jamie Lynn Cross was found safe on Jan. 2. Click here to read the updated story.
As Horry County police and volunteers continue searching for one missing woman, police are also asking for the public's help in locating another young woman who disappeared.
Horry County police confirmed that detectives are looking for 24-year-old Jamie Lynn Cross.
According to information provided to myhorrynews.com, Cross' last known whereabouts were at her Myrtle Beach area home. She left home between 4 and 5 p.m. and was expected back around 10 p.m.
Cross stands 5-11 1/2 and weighs about 245 pounds. She was wearing a pink/red shirt, black stretchy pants and neon pink hair with dark glasses.
A new missing persons poster released this week says she also has a tattoo on her left forearm bearing the name and date of birth of her son "Kevin Scott Campbell," according to the "Find Jamie Cross" Facebook page.
Cross was last seen getting into the back seat of a green Volvo station wagon, with a model year estimated between 2003 and 2007.
According to a police report, Cross has previously left her home without telling anyone where she was going, but always contacted someone within 24 hours. The report says Cross also has a history of substance abuse.
Horry County police at this time consider Cross' disappearance to unrelated to the disappearance of Heather Elvis, 20, who was last seen leaving the River Oaks Drive area after a date.
Her last known location was at about 2 a.m. Dec. 17 on White River Drive just off River Oaks Drive in the Carolina Forest area. Her vehicle, a dark green 2001 Dodge Intrepid, was found in Socastee at Peachtree Landing.
Volunteers searched for Elvis by horseback on Saturday, Dec. 28, but Elvis could not be found. Additional searches are scheduled for both women until they're found.
Horry County police said on Dec. 20 that a car belonging to Elvis was located in the 6600 block of Peachtree Road near at the boat landing.
Horry County police with help from several agencies also searched the Intracoastal Waterway by boat and with a SLED helicopter, but Elvis was not found.
A missing persons poster shared by the Horry County Sheriff's Office states that Elvis was last heard from around 3 a.m. Tuesday. A $20,000 reward has been posted for information leading to her whereabouts.
Elvis stands about 5-feet, one-inch and weighs 118 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
"This is our child, our daughter, our reason for living," the missing persons poster says. "I beg of you, if you have ANY information that may be helpful no matter how small, please contact me or the Horry County Police Department. Your identity will be protected and your information will be appreciated more than we can express with words."
The poster says people with information can call 843-457-5747, or county police at 843-915-5350.
A third Myrtle Beach area woman was recently reported missing, but she has since been found, according to Horry County police.
Rachel Provow, 36, has been located and is in good condition. She did walk away on her own and Detectives have determined that no crime has been committed.
Provow disappeared Dec. 29 after a police report says she left a home for the mentally challenged. The report said Provow often went on walks, but was never gone for an extended time.
People can also email police with information about the other missing woman to email@example.com.