NORMAL HEIGHTS (CNS) - Two men robbed a group of pedestrians in Normal Heights Saturday, but escaped unscathed when the victims opened fire on the getaway vehicle.
No one was injured in the confrontation, which occurred just after 2:20 a.m. on the 3500 block of Adams Avenue, according to Officer David Stafford of the San Diego Police Department.
Four men were leaving a hookah lounge on Adams Avenue, when they were approached by two men armed with a revolver, Stafford said.
The suspects took money and property from the victims and then ran away, he said.
The victims followed the suspects to their car, a white SUV with tinted windows, and shot at them as they drove away, Stafford said.
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