Authorities report that two Howard University students were carjacked at gunpoint early Wednesday outside a residence hall.
According to Fox 5, officers responded to the Howard Plaza Towers in the 2200 block of 9th Street northwest D.C. around 2:30 a.m.
Police say multiple suspects were involved and that a white Toyota Camry was used by some of the carjackers to flee the area. Investigators say the carjackers stole the student’s black Infiniti with Pennsylvania tags, but there were no injuries reported.
A lookout has been issued for two males wearing ski masks and dressed in all black. Anyone with information is asked to contact the HU Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 202-806-1100 or D.C. police.
The incident at Howard adds to the multiple carjackings that have been reported over the last few days in the D.C. region.
Fox 5 multiple carjacking incidents that happened on Tuesday across the area in Silver Spring, the MGM National Harbor, and near the University of Maryland.
All the incidents remain under investigation.