Myrtle Beach police were searching for a hit-and-run suspect after a person was struck by a car Tuesday night, according to officials.
Lt. Jonathan Evans with Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue said the collision happened shortly after 9 p.m. at the intersection of 21st Avenue North and Greens Boulevard.
A white car involved in the wreck was captured on city cameras leaving the scene and was located Wednesday afternoon. Police say it has damage to the driver’s side front bumper, specifically the headlight. The driver’s side mirror is hanging from the car as well.
Evans added Horry County Fire Rescue transported the injured victim to a nearby hospital.