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Someone took off in an Orangeburg woman’s 2010 silver Honda Accord while she used the restroom inside of the Shell/Bojangles at 110 Chestnut Street on Wednesday afternoon.

The woman called deputies at 3:19 p.m. to report that someone stole her vehicle while she was inside of the business.

A deputy reviewed the security camera footage and saw a black male wearing a gray stocking cap, white shirt and black pants getting inside of the vehicle, the incident report states.

The value of the vehicle is $20,000. The incident remains under investigation.

In a separate incident, a Columbia woman living at a Campus Drive apartment called deputies at 6:27 p.m. Wednesday to report that someone struck her in her face with a pastry and threatened to kill her, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.

The woman said she let two males into her apartment, but told them that she “wasn’t in the mood for playing around.”

She said the men then went to her suitemate’s room and began being loud and obnoxious.

At that time, she told the men they could either quiet down or leave the apartment.

She said they began to exchange cuss words.

One of the men allegedly struck her in the face with either a cupcake or an Oreo.

She said the man picked up a Taylor port bottle and told her he was going to hit her and “on his mama” he would kill her, the incident report states.

She told deputies that she was holding a cupcake pan in her hand and the man knocked the pan, which caused the cupcakes to fall out.

He allegedly said again that he was going to kill her.

A deputy noted that the woman had swelling to her face below her right eye.

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Martha Rose Brown covers crime and other topics. The South Carolina native has been a journalist for the past 16 years.

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