MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A woman told police her house was broken into while running errands.
Thursday morning, Myrtle Beach police officers responded to a residence on Calhoun Road.
The victim told police she was gone about 70 minutes when she returned home to find a laptop computer, two guns and jewelry missing.
A construction worker "who was working on a home next door...saw a vehicle arrive...during the time of the burglary," the report states.
The witness told police a "green Toyota Tacoma with damage to the passenger side front fender and the passenger side door" pulled up after the victim left.
Police said before they responded to the home invasion, they were notified of a driver driving a vehicle matching the description of the alleged suspect.
Police said the vehicle was reportedly in the vicinity of Calhoun Road and Porcher Drive.
If you have any information, call Myrtle Beach police at 918-1300.