Man carjacked while driving home from JHU

Posted at 5:22 PM, Apr 11, 2016
A man affiliated with Johns Hopkins University was carjacked while driving home early Sunday morning. 
The university issued an alert after the incident, which took place at W. 34th Street and Beech Avenue about 12:10 a.m. 
The man was driving when a black SUV bumped him from behind. After he got out of his car, four to five teens exited the SUV. One struck him in the back of the head, and another threw him to the ground and took his wallet.
After the assault, one suspect jumped into the man's gold 2008 Honda Civic and drove off, and the remaining suspects got back into the SUV and left in an unknown direction. Baltimore Police and campus officers responded and canvassed the area. The man refused medical attention.
Police are looking for five males ranging in age from 13 to 17. 
It is unclear if the man is a faculty member, a staff member or student at Johns Hopkins.

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