Police responded to a victim who said her car was vandalized right after midnight on Friday, according to a report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department.
The victim she turned onto 29th Avenue North, and a vehicle was parked in the middle of the road, according to the report. The victim honked her horn so the driver of the vehicle would know she was behind it.
The victim said the suspect was standing outside the vehicle and started yelling at her, so she ignored them and honked the horn again to hurry them along, according to the report. She said the suspect proceeded to yell, then threw a rock at her car, which scratched the passenger side front bumper.
The victim said she rolled down her window and asked the suspect to move, then the suspect walked up to her car and slammed his fist into her windshield, causing multiple cracks in it, the report said. The victim said the suspect then left the scene in the vehicle, a black SUV.
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There was no evidence to process, and the victim was not injured, the report said.