Armed man robs diners in Carlsbad restaurant

A masked gunman dressed in black robbed a pair of diners in a restaurant parking lot in Carlsbad early Friday, police said.

The robber confronted a man and woman in the parking lot of Koko Beach restaurant at Carlsbad Boulevard and Grand Avenue shortly after 1 a.m., according to Carlsbad police.

He took their cell phones and keys to a Honda vehicle but ran away on foot, police said.

No one was hurt.

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