MYRTLE BEACH — Myrtle Beach police were called Wednesday to investigate a robbery and assault of a man in the city, according to a police report.
The victim, whose age was not listed in the report, called officers about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday to the parking lot of a convenience store at 62nd Avenue North and Kings Highway to report the incident, police said.
At first, the victim said four men approached him with a tire iron, hit him and took his wallet before they ran away, according to the report. The victim had a large cut on his eye and was bleeding.
Then, the victim said he was at a bar, but could not remember the name, and met the men and left with the four men about 7 a.m. Wednesday, according to the report. The victim said he went with the men to a house and the men started to fight.
The victim said he ran out of the house and the men chased him and assaulted him and stole his wallet, according to the report. The victim could not remember where the house was located and said he walked around for about 15 minutes before he asked the store clerk to call police.
The victim said his wallet contained his identification cards and $100, according to the report. The victim had $50 cash and his cigarettes on him when police found him. The victim took a taxi cab home to sober up.
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