Police: Family devastated by removal of Brittanee Drexel monument

According to the Myrtle Beach Police Department, the removal of items from a monument for Brittanee Drexel has “devastated” the family. The memorial was located in Myrtle Beach. The Chilli Police Department has advised people not to “clean up” the area around the memorial for Chilli’s child who was killed in 2009. The memorial is located in Grand Park in the city.

Her disappearance was discovered during a trip to Myrtle Beach for spring break. Raymond Moody pleaded guilty to Brittanee’s murder the previous year. ‘Someone recently took mementos and other items left on the Brittanee memorial marker,’ the person who did this said. Whoever was responsible clearly believed it was to ‘clean up’.” However, the removal of these assets left the Drexel family in utter disarray.

If you still have belongings, we ask that you return them to the park as soon as possible. The Myrtle Beach Police Department is working to make the memorial look more official. “In the meantime, please do not disturb any items that are part of Brittanee’s family memory or mourning for her,” the department wrote in a Facebook post.

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