Robbery Suspect Tells Spring Valley Clerk 'Go Ahead and Do Something'

Man and woman reportedly stole beer from the store and then took off in a stolen car

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    One of the suspects in a convenience store robbery Tuesday night issued a challenge to the store's clerk after taking a pack of light beer from the store, authorities said.

    A man and a woman entered the 7-Eleven on Worthington Street in Spring Valley at about 10:35 p.m. Tuesday evening, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department.

    They took one 18-pack of Miller Light beer and one 18-pack of Bud Light beer. The man placed the beer on the counter, but then picked it back up and walked out of the store.

    Another store employee was outside the store smoking a cigarette and saw the alleged robbery. The male suspect told the employee, "Go ahead and do something," then took off in a small car.

    Police later learned from checking the licenses plates that the car was stolen.

    The suspects fled on Paradise Valley road. They have not been located.

    Neither store employee was injured.