A 54-year-old Longs man told police he was robbed outside a Myrtle Beach restaurant after he was involved in a vehicle crash and S.C. Highway Patrol troopers asked for his identification, according to a police report.
The man went to the Myrtle Beach Police Department on Wednesday to report the robbery that he said occurred Sept. 25 outside the Denny’s Restaurant at 800 S. Kings Highway, police said.
The man said he was robbed at the restaurant and didn’t remember anything except the employees waking him up, according to the report. The man said he left and drove home and that was when he was in the vehicle crash.
The man said he was with a woman he met earlier in the day at a Myrtle Beach convenience store and had went to her home on Carver Street to hang out, according to the report. The man said he drove the woman, her brother and cousin to the restaurant to get something to eat when the incident occurred.
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