Two Emaciated Boys Found After Being Left at Dunkin’ Donuts with Signs of Abuse: South Carolina Authorities

Two Emaciated Boys Found After Being Left at Dunkin' Donuts with Signs of Abuse: South Carolina Authorities

A Horry County Police report says that early in the morning, two “abnormally skinny” and damaged kids came to a house in the Socastee area and said they had been dropped off at a nearby coffee shop.

Someone dropped them off at a Dunkin’ Donuts around dusk on May 5 and they walked to a house in the 6000 block of Bay Road around 12:30 a.m. on May 6. It takes about 1.5 miles to get to the next Dunkin’ Donuts.

They were banging on the side door, but the woman answering told them to go to the front door. No one said how old the two boys were. The boys were cold and hungry, and one of them told her they didn’t know where they were when she opened her door.

They talked about how the man who left them had locked them in a room “for extended periods during the previous summer.” They said they didn’t know the man.

People who worked for the cops said the kids were “abnormally skinny.” The kids said they were given a peanut butter sandwich every one to two days. Both of them had cuts and bruises on different parts of their bodies, as well as possible illnesses and scars.

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Based on the police record, it looks like they were able to find people who were taking care of the kids.

The police report says that one of the accused said he heard the kids leave through the front door and saw them walk towards the front gate. Another suspect said that they had been caring for the boys for about five years and that they had seven other kids living with them. The cops then did a walk through.

Aaron Spelbring, a spokesman for Horry County, said that the case was still open on Monday morning and that no one had been arrested.

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