CLEVELAND - Two Cleveland Central Catholic High School students were robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday.
The two female students were in the 6500 block of Baxter Avenue walking through a parking lot. That’s when two suspects pulled out a silver handgun and pointed it at the teens saying “give me your phone and everything else,” the police report said.
The suspects took their phones and headphones then held a gun to them until they reached the entrance of the school, according to the police report.
The suspects told the students not to say a word to anyone. The police report said the school captured the suspects on surveillance camera.
The students were released to their parents that day.
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