Goose Creek police were called to a gas station Friday after a man was hit on the head and robbed at gunpoint by two unidentified men.
According to Goose Creek Police Lt. Karen Nix, the armed robbery occurred at 3:41 a.m. Friday at a Sunoco on St. James Avenue.
Investigators arrived at the scene and found a man sitting in his red Impala holding a blood-stained towel against his left temple, an incident report said.
The robbed man told police that two men had approached him with a gun and asked for his wallet. The robbers hit the man in the head before fleeing the scene, he reported to police.
Nix said the robbed man was a disabled veteran. He received a four-inch cut to his head in the assault, police said.
According to police, the robbers got away with the man's debit card, driver's license, veteran's card and a commissary card.
No arrests had been made in the robbery Monday morning.
Anyone with information on the robbery can call the Goose Creek Police Department at 863-5200, ext 2336. Tipsters can also call Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.
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