SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Two suspects are at large after a tea house worker is robbed at gunpoint in Kearny Mesa.
The robbery happened just after midnight in the 4600 block of Convoy Street. Police say an employee of Tapioca Express had just closed for the night and was walking to his car, when he was approached by two males in a vehicle. They demanded cash and left with money and keys.
The worker was not hurt.
The gunman is described as Hispanic and in his 30's. The suspects may be in a black Acura.
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