Myrtle Beach officers were called to Dunbar Street early Monday after a drive-by shooting, according to a police report.
Officers learned that about 4 a.m. Monday five or six gunshots were fired from a small green four door car, police said.
The vehicle fled afterwards and witnesses in the area did not know who was inside the vehicle, according to the report. Officers found multiple shell casings at the corner of Graham and Dunbar streets.
A 31-year-old woman’s vehicle was struck by one of the bullets and the window was shattered, according to the report. Officers continue to investigate the incident.
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