Clerk pepper sprayed in liquor store robbery

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SAN DIEGO — San Diego police sought two men who pepper- sprayed a clerk during a liquor store robbery in the Stockton neighborhood.

Two men in ski masks sprayed an employee at David’s Friendly Market & Liquor at the corner of 32nd and Market streets shortly before 11 p.m. Monday, then demanded cash, San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros said.

They may have fled in a dark green or blue mid-size SUV, Delimitros said.

Police described one of the suspects as white, roughly 5 feet 11, and dressed in a dark sweater, jeans and a black ski mask. The other was black, about the same height and was wearing a dark Chargers shirt, jeans and a black ski mask.

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