DAILYKENN.com -- Two university students were assaulted and robbed by black males.
The crime occurred in the Oakland, Pennsylvania.
Reports say the victims were accosted by two black males who broke into their apartment.
Meanwhile, black students across the nation are demanding safe space where they may escape micro-aggressions and white privilege.
“The first thing I saw was Art, taped up with a gun to his head. And yeah, they just demanded money from me too,” said victim Ryan Foster.
The two roommates told police they were bound – with duct tape, and led into a basement bathroom. Forbes couldn’t really see, only hear the intruders.
“My nose was free. My mouth was completely sealed. In fact, the tape was wrapped completely around my head and when I finally got it off, some of my hair came out,” he said.
“They kept saying, ‘You’ve got three seconds, show me where the cash is or I am going to shoot you,'” Foster said.
Foster did give them his cell phone and wallet, and the unwanted intruders left the two roommates in a basement bathroom. They are described as black males – one with a red hoodie and black ski mask the other a white hoodie and white ski mask.
When it seemed like the coast was clear, the pair ran out to a nearby Sunoco gas station for help.
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