Police: Robber who ran off in his underwear arrested

Donald Woodrow Price Victory (provided)

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- Cops have arrested a man they believe ripped off a North Charleston convenience store before ripping off his clothes.

A spokesperson for the North Charleston Police Department says 38-year-old Donald Woodrow Price Victory is charged with armed robbery.

According to the incident report, clerks on duty at the Fuel Express on Rivers Avenue last week told police a white man wearing dark pants, a camouflage hat and white T-shirt pulled over his face, came into the store with a knife. The suspect went behind the counter and demanded money. The man was able to pick up money that was lying on top of a safe. He took off.

According to a police report, the suspect took off everything but his underwear as he ran off. His clothes were found across the street from the gas station.

Officers used K9 units to try to locate the suspect, tracked him to Hawthorne mobile home park{} but then lost his scent. Witnesses told police they saw a white male run past them in nothing but his boxer shorts. Police report the "whole event" was caught on video.

Victory was given a $200,000 bond.