Young woman robs Mira Mesa bank

A very young woman with long blonde hair and a medical mask over her mouth robbed a bank in Mira Mesa on Tuesday, police said.

The woman claimed to have a gun, but none was seen by witnesses, as she robbed the Wells Fargo branch office at 10707 Camino Ruiz at about 9:30 a.m., according to the San Diego Police Department. No one was hurt.

Police described the bandit as white, 18-20 years old, and last seen wearing white clothing. She fled in a older white four-door vehicle, possibly northbound on Camino Ruiz, police said.

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