MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Myrtle Beach Police officers responded to Broadway at the Beach Wednesday night in reference to suspects in a vehicle who were pointing a gun at two victims and followed them.
According to reports, the victims were traveling south at 48th Ave. North and headed to Broadway at the Beach, approximately 9 p.m. The first victim said the suspect vehicle was driving erratically and almost struck the victims vehicle. The suspect then drove alongside the victims vehicle, and gave the victims the 'finger.'
Reports say the second suspect opened his window and pointed a black handgun at both victims. The victim vehicle then sped up, but the suspects kept pace with them. The first victim told police she attempted to take pictures, but the suspects kept speeding up and slowing down.
One witness told police that the suspect vehicle turned east on 29th Ave. North and cut across lanes of traffic to follow them into the Broadway parking lot.
The first victim said the suspect vehicle parked two spots away from their vehicle in the middle of the parking lot. Two suspects followed the victims and a witness into Broadway Louie's, according to reports.
One of the suspects pulled up his shirt to show them the gun on him. The suspects then followed them inside the employee only entrance.
The suspects were last seen leaving Broadway in a four-door dark colored Sedan, possibly a Honda or Toyota, with North Carolina tags.
The first suspect is described as a black male in his late teens, wearing a grey hoodie with the words, 'Washington DC," on the front. The suspect was also seen wearing a red bandana across his face with a red hat and jeans on.
The second suspect is described as a black male, approximately 5'8 and 260 lbs., wearing a blue hoodie and a green undershirt with jeans on.