Del Mar bank robbed, possibly by teen

A slim youth who appeared to be in his mid to late teens robbed a North City bank Monday, authorities reported.

The thief approached a teller at the JPMorgan Chase Bank branch office in the 2700 block of Via de la Valle and demanded cash about 10 a.m., according to San Diego police.

The bandit — described as a thin, dark-haired, roughly 5-foot-6-inch teen in a black shirt and gray hooded sweat shirt — claimed to be carrying a gun, though none was seen, SDPD Detective Gary Hassen said.

He fled with an undisclosed amount of money to the east in a small sedan, possibly a Toyota Corolla, Hassen said.

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