Myrtle Beach police found a broken glass door and a cash register on the ground, but a store employee said the store’s money was still tucked away in its hiding place.
Officers were called about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday to an Eagle’s Beachwear store on the 1000 block of South Kings Highway in reference to a sounding alarm, a police report says.
Glass from one of the business’ doors was broken out, and police said they found the cash register on the floor while doing a security sweep of the building.
Officers didn’t find anyone inside. A key holder came, checked the store, and said the business’ cash was still secured in a hiding place, the report states.
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Crime scene officers arrived and continued to investigate, police said.