Police seek teen suspect in Carmel Valley bank robbery

San Diego police Tuesday were looking for a teenage boy who robbed a bank in Carmel Valley.

The teen, believed to be about 15, entered the Chase Bank branch office at 3830 Valley Centre Drive around 4:50 p.m. Monday, said he had a gun and demanded cash, San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros said. No one was injured, he said.

The teen was last seen fleeing with an undisclosed amount of cash in a tan car similar to a Toyota Corolla. Police described him as white, about 5 feet 6, 140 pounds, last seen wearing a black hoodie, black gloves and black pants.

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