A spokesperson for the San Diego Police Department said they are asking for the public’s help in identifying two gunmen who robbed a pair of women in Pacific Beach.
The incident happened in early June, according to a report by Fox5 San Diego; the women were sitting in a parked car on Bayard Street when an unknown male approached. At first it seemed as if he just wanted directions, the report notes, but that’s when another man walked toward the car, pulled a gun and told them to hand over their bags.
The suspects are described as black males, at least one of which is believed to be in his late teens. The gunman had his face obstructed by a bandana, police said. He was last seen wearing a dark-colored jersey. Anyone who thinks they have information that could help identify the suspects is asked to contact the San Diego Police Department.
Original article: SDPD: Women robbed at gunpoint in Pacific Beach