Wells Fargo Bank robbed in Carmel Valley

A Wells Fargo Bank in Carmel Valley was robbed Jan. 3 around 3:33 p.m. at 3445 Del Mar Heights Road. The male suspect walked up to several tellers and demanded cash. The suspect fled the bank with an unknown amount of cash. The suspect was seen running toward an apartment complex.

The suspect was described as a white male, 5’9” to 6’ 0”, who was wearing a white baseball cap, a dark shirt with a print on the front, blue jeans, and black Vans shoes. The suspect has sleeve tattoos on his arms. No one was injured. The  San Diego Police Department Robbery Unit is investigating the crime.

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