BALTIMORE, Md. — Baltimore Police are investigating a robbery assault that happened Sunday evening on St. Paul Street.
Police say four unknown men forced a Johns Hopkins Graduate student inside their car to rob him. They say the men took the student's cellphone and wallet and drove him to two ATM's in an attempt to retrieve money.
The student was struck and kicked before the men forced him out of the car. An ambulance transported the student to an area hospital with minor injuries where he was later released.
The men are still at-large as Campus Safety and Security warn JHU students and staff to be aware of the robbery assault and to stay safe.
For more information tips, please visit Campus Safety and Security website. Everyone is reminded to contact Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777 or Baltimore City Police at 911 immediately.