The West Coast fast-food stalwart Jack in the Box is looking to expand to Indianapolis this year. The San Diego-based burger chain plans to open as many as five locations in 2009 and four to eight more per year after that in central Indiana, an industry source tells Property Lines. The chain has more than 2,000 locations in 18 states, primarily in the West, but none yet in Indiana. Jack in the Box also owns and operates Qdoba Mexican Grill, which has 26 locations in the Hoosier state. The flagship Jack in the Box serves made-to-order hamburgers, specialty sandwiches, tacos, salads and shakes. Good grub?