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Ex-boyfriend asks to use bathroom, punches woman twice

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Myrtle Beach Police responded to an assault on the 500 block of 1st Avenue South involving a woman's ex-boyfriend who knocked on the woman's door when she was asleep and told her he wanted to use the bathroom, then assaulted her.

According to Myrtle Beach Police reports, the suspect arrived and knocked on the victims door approximately 1:30 a.m. The victim opened the door and the suspect asked to use the bathroom, the victim told him he would not be able to use the bathroom, the suspect then told the victim he would take her motorcycle. At that time the suspect began walking over to the victim's motorcycle, when the victim walked outside of her home she told the suspect she would call police, the suspect then grabbed her and punched her in the face twice.

After the assault, the victim said the suspect ran over to a car that was waiting and fled the scene North on Oak Street.

The victim told police that her and the suspect were boyfriend and girlfriend for roughly 4 years and had only lived with each other nearly four months.

The vehicle is described as a silver or gray Chevy Malibu with West Virginia tags.

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