Three suspects sought in La Jolla carjacking

Three men with guns accosted a man and stole his car at a La Jolla nursing care facility as the victim arrived for work Sunday, Feb. 2, police said.

About 6 a.m., an employee parked his car as he got to work at the La Jolla Nursing Care Facility at 2500 Torrey Pines Rd. He was approached by the men, all armed with handguns, who demanded his vehicle, according to a department report.

The victim gave the suspects his keys and took off running, according to police. The suspects drove off in two vehicles, including the victim’s red, two-door Honda Civic Si with California license plates 7DQS352.

The suspects were described as three Latino men between 35 to 38 years old, weighing about 160 pounds each. One wore a camouflage jacket and another wore a black jacket.

San Diego police detectives asked anyone who saw the carjacking to call them at (619) 531-2000.

--City News Service