SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The FBI and San Diego police searched Wednesday for a man who robbed a bank branch inside a grocery store in Clairemont.
The robber walked up to the US Bank counter at the Vons store in the 5500 block of Balboa Avenue about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and presented a teller with a demand note, FBI Special Agent Darrell Foxworth said. The teller read the note and handed over an undisclosed amount of money.
No one was injured.
Witnesses described the suspect as white, skinny, around 30, between 5 feet 6 and 5 feet 10, weighing about 130-140 pounds, with short, straight brown hair, a goatee and brown eyes. He was wearing a dark blue baseball cap with yellow lettering, a dark olive coat, a gray T-shirt, light blue baggy jeans and a black belt.
Foxworth asked that anyone with information on the robbery call the FBI at (858) 565-1255 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.
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