Taylor was found dead inside his home "just moments" after Swetlik's body was discovered in a wooded area located between her home and a local auto shop, Antley said.
Further details about Taylor's death will be provided after an autopsy scheduled for this weekend is performed, said Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher, who officially identified his body. Antley declined to say what that clue was, but said it would have been something on Faye's missing person flyer.
Faye Swetlik, 6, disappeared while playing in her front yard after school on Monday.
After she was discovered, Taylor was found dead in his home in Picadilly Square by police.
They are investigating both Faye's homicide and the man's death as the same case.
According to police, Chief Byron Snelgrove found Faye's body Thursday.
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Police did not share Taylor's cause of death.
Sgt. Evan Antley said at a press conference that during the early stages of searching for Faye in the Churchill Heights area of Cayce, they talked to neighbors like Coty Scott Taylor and reviewed hours of video, but "felt we needed to go back to and look for more evidence". He also said Taylor was not related to and was not a friend of the girl. The sergeant announced they had no reason to believe there's an active threat, or that there's other persons of interest, but they are working to make sure no one else is involved.
On the 911 recording, Selena Collins, Faye's mother, is heard weeping, her voice barely audible, and she has to repeat her address to the disptacher. She said she searched for her before calling police. Antley said Faye got off at her normal bus stop, which is close to her home, adding her family knows she made it home, but sometime around 345pET her family realized she was missing.
More than 250 officers searched for the girl over three days. City of Cayce Spokesperson Ashley Hunter asked that anyone in the Churchill Heights Neighborhood where Faye was last seen, to contact law enforcement if their homes are outfitted with any home security systems, like Ring.
Taylor had no criminal history or past trouble with the police department, Antley said, describing him as "merely a neighbor" who lived in the community.
"Possibly the toughest day for many law enforcement careers", he said.