Two San Jose State University students were robbed at gunpoint on campus early Sunday morning, a university police sergeant said. The two men were sitting in the Campus Village quad just before 4 a.m. when two other men approached them, university police Sgt. John Laws said. One of the men pointed a black semi-automatic handgun at the students and demanded their cellphones, wallets and money, Laws said.
The students complied, giving up two phones, a wallet and cash, according to Laws. The suspects then fled, heading toward Paseo de San Carlos. The victims were not injured in the armed robbery, Laws said. They described the suspects as a black man wearing a gray windbreaker and jeans and a white man wearing a gray hoodie. The suspects remain at large this morning, Laws said.
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