BALTIMORE, Md. - Four students from The Johns Hopkins University were robbed late Wednesday night on the school’s campus.
The women were walking on Charles Street near the circle just before midnight when two suspects – one of which had a gun – demanded their property. The women told police they handed over their property before the suspects took off.
School officials said there were not many cars or people in the area because of construction. Hopkins added that robberies over the last few years are down, but admit there has been a recent spike in these kinds if incidents near the campus.
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