SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A woman was in custody Wednesday on suspicion of taking a cash drawer from a convenience store in San Diego's Nestor neighborhood while armed with a baseball bat, police said.
Wearing a tank top and a mini skirt, the 25-year-old woman entered the 7-Eleven at 1771 Oro Vista Road around 4:35 p.m. Tuesday, made a demand, then ran from the store with the cash drawer, said San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros.
She was arrested shortly after the robbery. No one was injured, and the drawer was recovered with all the cash it had contained, he said.
The suspect's name was not immediately released.
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