Carmel Valley Market robbed at gunpoint

Two young people robbed a market at gunpoint in Del Mar Heights but no one was hurt, police said Friday.

The robbery at the Carmel Valley Market, 2302 Carmel Valley Road, was reported at 8:46 p.m. Thursday, according to San Diego police Officer David Stafford.

A man and a woman in their late teens or early 20s took cash and ran away, Stafford said.

The man had a handgun and was about 5 feet 6. The woman wore a dark cover over her head and was about 5 feet 4, Stafford said.

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