A man wearing a ski mask allegedly broke into a Conway home and held a woman by her hair at gun point, a police report says. 

Officers responded to a home on Beverly Road in the Conway area in reference to an armed robbery around 12:45 a.m. on Saturday, according to an Horry County Police Department incident report. The victims stated they arrived home and the female victim went to another room to change. The male victim reported to police he heard a loud bang and then saw a tall, slender man with a ski mask and a bandana over his face holding his girlfriend, the female victim, by her hair. 

The victims also stated to police that the subject had on gloves that were duck-taped around his arms and a black hoodie. The male victim also reported the masked man made him give him the keys to the victim’s truck, some money, then the subject left in the truck. 

The victims told police they ran down the road after the truck and saw the truck make a right onto Gilbert Road. The victims said they told the male victim’s mother and she got into her car and went to look for the truck. A small white car pulled into another driveway and someone reportedly started yelling at the victims. The victim’s mother returned and stated the truck was in a ditch on Little Lamb Road. 

Officers located the stolen vehicle in a shallow ditch on the right side of Little Lamb Rd. 

No arrests have been made in the armed robbery, according to Horry County Police Department PIO Mikayla Moskov.

The report from HCPD does indicate that police made a separate, drug related arrest, while searching the area for evidence.

The report identifies the driver as 30-year-old Umar Abdur-rahman, of Beulah Circle in Conway. While talking to Abdur-rahman, officers reportedly found he didn’t have a valid driver’s license.  During a search, officers found a small baggie in a pocket inside his wallet. He admitted to police the bag contained cocaine, according to the report.

According to J. Reuben Long Detention Center booking records, Abdur-raham was booked around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday and released around 4 p.m. the same day. He is charged with no driver’s license and possession of cocaine for a first offense.