SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Two suspects are still at large after an armed robbery in Kearny Mesa Thursday morning.
The robbery happened around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday at a barbecue chicken restaurant in the 4700 block of Convoy Street.
San Diego police say the two men wore disguises. The suspect with pantyhose on his head barged into the restaurant and pointed a gun at a worker and demanded cash.
"Whether there was a language barrier or a delay, there was too long for the suspect's liking. The suspect pointed the gun and fired one round behind the counter," said Lieutenant David Rohowits with the San Diego Police Department.
Police say the bullet went into the floor and no one was hurt. The robbers ran off with the cash drawer
The suspects are described as Hispanic men, standing about 5'8" to 5'10".
There is no word on how much money was stolen.
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