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Timothy Da’Shaun Taylor, pictured above right, is said to be the main suspect in what investigators now believe was the brutal rape and murder of Drexel, who was 17 years old when she vanished from Spring Break trip in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on April 25, 2009.

According to Drexel’s father Chad Drexel, who spoke to WHEC TV in the Drexel family’s hometown of Rochester, New York, Taylor has been considered a likely suspect in the disappearance of his daughter for the full seven years that she has been missing.

The FBI in the court records says that agents believe they have pieced together what happened next from other witness accounts.

It pinged more than once, he said, but declined to discuss the pings in greater detail, citing the ongoing investigation.

A male identifying himself as “his secretary” answered the telephone, but refused to allow the Chronicle to speak with Brozowitz when the newspaper said it was doing a followup story about Drexel’s disappearance.

None of the reports filed in the case specify how Brittanee traveled between Bar Harbor and Bluewater the morning of April 25, 2009.

They also don’t say how she made it to Bluewater later that evening.“It’s our general belief that there are people that know what happened that are not coming forward,” he said.

They said in the report that they didn’t know Brittanee, but that she was a friend of Brozowitz’s from Rochester.

The report also says Brittanee met the five men the following morning on the beach near the Bluewater Resort between 11 a.m.

But in court documents revealed on Tuesday, the FBI now says that a prison informant, Taquan Brown, has admitted to being present in a drug dealer’s “stash house,” where he says he saw Taylor raping Brittanee Drexel.

Later, the informant claims he heard two gunshots, which he believes were fired by Taylor’s father, Shaun Taylor, and he then saw the teen girl’s lifeless body being carried out the drug house.

The people Brittanee had come to the beach with were still in Myrtle Beach, and were questioned by the police.

But, Dawn Drexel said, they never contacted her, never asked if they could help, or made any effort to look for Brittanee.

If you have any information about the disappearance of Brittanee Drexel, call the MBPD at 918-1300, CUE at 910-343-1131 or 910-232-1687 or the human trafficking hotline at 188-373-7888, or text Be Free (233733).“We have no proof Brittanee is deceased, so we want people to continue to look for her,” Caison said.

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