Two armed Philadelphia home invasion suspects on Friday morning forced a group of 11 Temple University students living off campus into their basement at gunpoint before robbing them, Philadelphia police said.
Two male suspects, described as black men wearing masks and black hoodies, entered the property in the 1300 block of North 15th Street while the 11 students were sleeping inside, six of whom are residents, according to FOX 29 Philadelphia.
The suspects, armed with guns, woke the students and forced them into the residence’s basement before stealing their credit cards, cell phones and the keys to a silver Lincoln MKZ with license plate KMF-1560, according to the Police Department. from Philadelphia. (PPD).
The suspects then fled the scene in the Lincoln and headed in an unknown direction.
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The victims, identified as eight women between the ages of 20 and 21, as well as three men between the ages of 20 and 21, were uninjured during the incident.
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No weapons were recovered from the scene and no arrests have been made as of Friday afternoon.
The PPD Central Detective Division is actively investigating the incident.
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As of November 6, Philadelphia recorded a 4.36% increase in total violent crime, led by 42.76% in armed robbery, year-over-year.
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There has also been a 29.31% increase in total property crime, including a 47.20% increase in personal robbery, compared to the same period in 2021, PPD weekly statistics show.
Homicides are down 6% compared to the same period last year.