NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - A former Tulane University student was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning, according to New Orleans police reports and a Tulane University crime alert.
The robbery occurred shortly after 4 a.m. near the intersection of Adams and Hickory streets.
The victim was walking northbound on Adams Street near Hickory Street when he saw some individuals being followed by two suspects.
When the suspects saw the victim, they changed direction and approached him.
One of the suspects pulled a gun, put it to the victim's stomach, and demanded the victim's property.
Both suspects went through the victim's pockets, removed property, and fled east on Hickory Street.
The suspects are described as black men.
The first suspect was five-feet-seven-inches tall, 140 pounds, with short black hair in a crew cut. He has a dark complexion and was carrying a black semi-automatic pistol.
The second suspect is described as five-feet-10-inches tall around 150 pounds with a slim build.
Both suspects were described as being in their late teens to early twenties, wearing dark hoodies.