MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) A local restaurant has to shell out hundreds to replace windows reportedly broken by an angry customer and that suspect is still on the loose.
An incident report from Myrtle Beach Police says officers are looking for a suspect after an employee at the Zenzi Bar and Grill reported two double paned windows had been smashed just after midnight Sunday.
That employee reported that they had to ask an older male bar patron to leave the bar earlier in the night, and the suspect replied that 'he was going to get even.'
Moments later, as employees were cleaning the restaurant area, they heard a loud noise, and saw the male suspect running from their back deck toward a older model Ford truck with a mounted gun on the hood.
The report states the employee found large rocks lying in front of two double paned window, and one pane was broken in each. The costs to replace those windows is $800.
The suspect was described as a middle-aged white male, standing approximately six feet tall and weighing around 230 pounds.
Any information about the suspect or his whereabouts should be reported to Myrtle Beach Police as soon as possible.