Man fires gun during Adult Depot robbery

SAN DIEGO -- Police Thursday night were searching for a man who fired a gun during an armed robbery at the Adult Depot near the Midway District.

The robbery was reported around 7:45 p.m. at the business off Kurtz and Bandini streets, according to San Diego police. Witnesses told police a  man wearing all black with a black bandana over his face came into the store with a handgun demanding money.

The clerk opened the register then stepped back and the suspect walked around the counter before taking cash from the drawer, according to police.

Police said he fired one shot at a computer screen before taking off.

No injuries were reported, police said.

"Multiple customers inside at the time of the robbery," Lt. Mike Ramsay said. "Some of them were in the back area of the store. Did not see initially what happened but did hear the gunshot. The investigators are still interviewing some of the witnesses, too. We believe some of them might have saw the suspect at one point."

Police said the gunman was seen leaving in northbound on Pacific Highway a silver Honda, police said.

The thief was described as Hispanic man in his 30s between 5 feet 4 inches and 5 feet 6 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie, jeans and gloves.

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