Man accused of ramming his vehicle into another car on purpose

Myrtle Beach police officers are looking for a man accused of ramming his vehicle into another car, which had three women in it at the time, according to a police report.

The victims, ages 30, 24, and 22, called officers on Sunday morning around 2:30 to report the incident.

They told police they were with the man in his hotel room on South Ocean Boulevard on Saturday night before they all left to go to a bar.

The women later left the bar and were heading back to the Compass Cove hotel where they left one of their cars in the parking lot. They told officers they were in the area of 21st Avenue South and Yaupon Drive in Myrtle Beach when the man pulled up next to them in his vehicle.

They say he began to insult them and rammed their car with his Jaguar three or four times and nearly pushed them into the intersection, according to the report.

The suspect's car is described in the report as a blue or green 2005 Jaguar with South Carolina license plate IRE448.

All three women sustained minor injuries.