Johns Hopkins students, others robbed minutes apart on same Baltimore street

BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Baltimore Police are investigating two armed robberies that happened minutes apart on the same street. 

According to police, the first robbery happened in the 3100 block of Guilford Avenue, between 31st and 32st streets, Wednesday at 11:07 p.m. Three Johns Hopkins University students were approached by three men, one of them holding a dark handgun. Police say a man then said, "Don't do anything stupid give me your money". 

The students gave the men their cash, cell phones, and credit cards. None of them were injured. 

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The second incident happened a couple minutes later when police say two people were getting out of their car in the rear alley of the 2900 block of Guilford Avenue, between 29th and 30th street. 

The victims reported to police that three men came up to them at 11:15 p.m. and asked them for their money. One of them had a handgun.

The victims said they gave their cash and credit cards and the three men ran away. None of them were injured. 

Police say all three suspects were black men around the ages of 19-20. They were all under six feet tall and weighed around 140-150 pounds.

For more crime information tips, please visit Campus Safety and Security's website by clicking here, or you can call Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777 or Baltimore City Police at 911.

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