Man Pistol Whipped During San Jose State University Robbery

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    Three suspects sought in connection to reported armed robbery at SJSU. George Kiriyama reports. (Published Thursday, Jul 18, 2013)

    A man was pistol whipped during an armed robbery Thursday night at San Jose State University.

    The crime was reported shortly after 8 p.m. near Clark Hall on the north side of the campus.

    Police said the victim, who is not a San Jose State University student or employee, was sitting on the grass when three female suspects came up to him from behind.

    A suspect struck the victim several times on the head with a handgun and took his laptop, police said.

    The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.

    Suspect No. 1 is described as a black female between 15-20 years old, wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and has a lip piercing. She was described as being about 5 feet 6 inches tall, and about 140-150 pounds.

    Suspect No. 2 is described as a black female between 15-20 years old, wearing mostly dark clothing.

    Suspect No. 3 is described as a black female between 15-20 years old, wearing a black shirt and a black baseball cap with white lettering on it.

    Anyone with any information regarding this crime may call police at 408-924-2222. Those who wish to remain anonymous can also text police through TipNow at 408-337-2919 or e-mail at SJSU@tipnow.org.