ATLANTA - Less than a week after two Georgia Tech students were robbed at gunpoint, another three students were victims to armed robbery suspects.

On Sunday, January 28, officers responded to a robbery call at 8:45 p.m. at 1039 Atlantic Drive.

When they arrived, they met with five individuals, in their 20s, who told officers that they were walking on 11th Street NW and Atlantic Drive NW when two black males came up from behind.

Both suspects were toting handguns and demanded the victims hand over their belongings, according to police.

The suspects made off with three cell phones, two ID's, a wallet, credit cards and $50.00, police say.

No victim's were injured during the robbery.

Three of the five victims were confirmed to be Ga. Tech students.

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This incident comes just three days after another pair of Ga Tech students were robbed at gunpoint on 470 16th Street NW, less than a mile away from the latest robbery location.

Police have not confirmed that the two incident are connected and investigations are still underway.