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MBPD: Men say they were robbed, beaten and forced out of clothes on road

 MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Myrtle Beach police officers got a call about a man in the road on King Drive around 2 a.m. Friday, and found two men who said they were robbed.

According to the police report, the men were found at the intersection of King Drive and Randall Avenue. One of the victims told police he and the other victim were walking on the road when two men came out of the woods and approached them, asking for their belongings. 

The victim who spoke to police said he was cornered and handed over his backpack and wallet, before laying himself on the ground. The second victim was then surrounded by both offenders who hit him multiple times and forced him partially out of his clothes.

The victim who was beaten was taken to the hospital. The items taken from the victims include money, a backpack, wallet, social security card, drivers license and swim shorts.

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