Del Mar area Radio Shack robbed

By City News Service

San Diego police Tuesday were on the lookout for three men who robbed The Radio Shack in the Del Mar area.

Two of the men wore bandanas over their faces as they robbed the business at 2727 Via de la Valle about 9 p.m. Monday, according to San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros.

No gun was seen, Delimitros said, adding that the men fled in a black car driven by a third man.

Police described the two robbers who went into the business as white and Hispanic, possible in their early 20s. The white suspect was thin and wore a black hoodie, police said, adding that the Hispanic was about 5 feet 7 inches tall and had a muscular build.

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