The robbery of two San Diego State University students at a location off campus prompted a warning to all students Tuesday morning.
The students were walking on Dorothy Drive near Campanile at about 1:35 a.m. Monday when they were robbed by two men using a handgun, SDSU campus police said.
The suspects got into a white, four-door vehicle and drove off, heading north on Campanile Drive, police said.
The students were not injured.
The suspects were described as men wearing black or dark-colored hooded sweatshirts, saggy pants and sneakers, police said.
One was said to be armed with a handgun.
The location of the robbery is a residential area south of Montezuma Road and west of College Avenue approximately a half of a mile away from the student union.
Any information can be provided by calling SDPD at 619-531-2000 or Crimestoppers at (888) 580-8477.