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| January 20, 2021


Police: Attempted armed robber shot, killed inside Myrtle Beach home

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach police revealed that an armed robber was shot and killed at a home on Monday night.

Officers were called to the shooting around 6 p.m. Monday in the 500 block of 34th Avenue North.

Responding officers found two people hurt inside the home. Both were taken to the hospital, but one person succumbed to their injuries while the second person is expected to be OK.

During the investigation, it was discovered that the person who died had gone into the residence with the intent to commit armed robbery, according to police.

“He and the other person knew each other previously, and there was no evidence of forced entry into the home. During the armed robbery attempt, the deceased suffered a gunshot wound,” according to a statement by Myrtle Beach police.

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Guard exchanges gunfire with car thief in Wicker Park

A Walgreens security guard exchanged gunfire Monday night with a man who stole his car, which he left running outside the Wicker Park store, according to a CPD report. No one was struck by the gunfire and the thief ditched his car nearby.

The guard, age 22, left his car running briefly while he ran into the store at 1372 North Milwaukee around 11:20 p.m., the report said. When he walked back out, he saw someone driving away with his black 2017 Hyundai SUV, according to CPD.

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  1. KoB says:

    Seems like Myrtle Beach Home Boy isn’t suffering from his gunshot wound anymore. “He’s dead Jim!”

    Chitcongo, car jacking and murder capital of the world. You’d think that a Security Guard Rent-a-Cop would know all about that whole, “…lock your car, take your key…” thing.

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  2. MI Ranger says:

    So do people in Chicago leave their cars running (keys in it, unlocked) because it is cold and their car barely started the first time so they are worried it won’t start again, or because they are just lazy and for some ludicrous reason believe they are in a safe neighborhood where no one would ever think of taking their car for a joy ride?!

    I could sort of understand the mother who popped in to get some milk for the baby asleep in the car (she was following the law, which said don’t lock your baby in the car and don’t leave them in the hot sun or freezing cold). She did have to face a stern lecture from the carjacker who returned when he realized there was a kid in the car!

    • Berliner says:

      Ahh, the Chicago West side. Spent 6 years stationed in downtown Chicago first as a Recruiter then as a MEPS Guidance Counselor in the late 70’s.

      I was getting out of my car near that area to visit a buddy, former station commander/best man, while wearing civies in the middle of the day when a Chicago cop stopped his car across from me, not fitting in with the neighborhood, and yelled out his window asking “Are you Lost?”.

      Went into the diner and all conversation stopped until my buddy yelled out “It’s ok, he’s with me”.