An employee coming out of Sam's Club in the Oak Park area was carjacked at gunpoint Friday night, San Diego police said.
The crime happened at 9:30 p.m. on College Grove Way near State Route 94. The suspect approached the victim as he was walking to his car after getting off work.
The suspect was wearing a mask and flashed a handgun, police said. He then demanded the victim give him the keys to his car.
At first, the victim said he didn't have the keys. They went back and forth for a few minutes before the victim handed the keys over to the suspect.
Police said the suspect got into the vehicle and drove off toward SR-94. It is unknown if he actually entered the freeway. The carjacking victim was not hurt.
The vehicle is a dark gray 2015 Nissan Altima with an enterprise sticker on the back bumper. The car has a California license plate: 7GRD891.
Police said they are looking at surveillance videos to obtain more information on the suspect. No other information was available.