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Women report robbery at Warren apartment

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Two young women from Ashtabula County told police they were robbed at gunpoint inside a Warren apartment building.

A police cruiser was dispatched to the Stonegate Apartments parking lot on Roberts Lane NW Wednesday afternoon where someone reported that two women appeared to require help.

Police say they spoke to a 20-year-old Orwell woman and a 21-year-old Windsor, Ohio woman who said they were supposed to meet a friend in one of the apartments.

Instead, the two say two men confronted them. One of them had a handgun and demanded that they give them everything they had.

According to the police report, when the women said their money was in their car, the suspects led them outside where the victims were able to summon help from witnesses.

Police said when officers arrived, the two men ran away empty-handed.

The suspects are described as black males in their early 20s. One was wearing a blue shirt and a black hat. He was carrying a red backpack and a silver revolver.

The other man was wearing a red windbreaker type shirt and grey striped pajama pants.

Investigators are looking at video from the apartment's surveillance cameras in hopes of identifying the two men.

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