A 54-year-old man told police a woman pointed a pink-and-black gun at him twice Friday afternoon following a heated argument outside a Myrtle Beach bank.
Officers met with the victim about 1:30 p.m. in the area of Third Avenue South and U.S. 501, where the victim told police a gun was pointed at him while he was on the 2100 block of Oak Street, according to a Myrtle Beach police report.
The man told police that he was in his vehicle leaving the Wells Fargo Bank when he got into an argument with another driver.
He said he got out of his vehicle and was exchanging words with a man and woman when the woman pulled a pink-and-black semiautomatic pistol from her purse and pointed it at him, the report says.
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The man got back into his vehicle and tried to leave, but the suspects pulled up next to him at a traffic light at 21st Avenue North and Oak Street, and the woman pointed the gun at him again, police said.
The man called authorities after this time, but not until he said he was at a safe distance away from the suspects, the reports states.
The man described the suspects and their vehicle to police, who searched the area but didn’t find them, according to the report.