SAN DIEGO - San Diego police on Saturday are investigating two bank robberies at a Mira Mesa shopping center.
The robberies occurred just before 12:26 p.m. in the 9400 block of Mira Mesa Boulevard. Police say the robber walked into the North Island Federal Credit Union branch and told everyone inside to put their hands in the air. The robber went up to the teller, who handed over an unknown amount of cash.
Police say he then walked to the U.S. Bank branch next door and robbed a teller there.
No weapon was seen and no injuries were reported in either of the incidents.
The robber was last seen running westbound on Mira Mesa Boulevard. He is described as a Hispanic male in his early 30s who was wearing a gray hoodie with the hood pulled up. He had a black bandana covering his face, was wearing a black hat with a white logo and red trim, white gloves and faded jeans and was carrying a black bag.