When a man came out to both of his cars Sunday morning, he found them with flat tires, sugar in one of the gas tanks, and “d*ck head” spelled out in bologna on one of them.
Myrtle Beach police arrived at 601 38th Ave. N. around 9 a.m. after a man claimed his 2001 Pontiac Gran Prix and 2002 Cadillac Deville were vandalized, according to an incident report.
The man found his Pontiac with all four tires deflated, and the gas tank open with the remnants of sugar all around the tank.
He also noticed his Cadillac had both passenger side tires deflated, along with “d*ck head” spelled out in bologna on it, the report says.
Police say the man removed the bologna before they arrived, and the tires didn’t have any puncture marks on them so the man believes they can be re-inflated.
The man’s friend said he saw a white male in his 30’s that was possibly homeless around the residence at 12:14 a.m., but did not see him go near any of the cars. The man told police he believes that male “does not like him,” according to the report.
Police told the man that warrants will be requested once the suspect’s identity has been determined.
Michaela Broyles, 843-626-0281, @MichaelaBroyles