Officials at San Francisco State are warning students and faculty to be on the lookout today, after a brutal beating and robbery on their campus Sunday morning.
That's when the duo passed "three unknown female suspects" who had been standing by some nearby parked vehicles.
The three woman approached the victim, "had a brief exchange of words and the suspects began to yell at the victim," according to the crime report.
"One of the suspects used a mini baseball bat to hit the victim several times," leaving her with "cuts and facial bruising."
During the assault, the victim dropped her belongings (what those were was not specified by police) on the ground. The other suspect grabbed those belongings and ran.
According to the report, the trio fled in two separate cars: A "white older model 4-door sedan and a black 4-door vehicle," both of which were parked near the scene of the crime.
The crime report describes only two of the suspects: The first was between 18-20 years old, with a light complexion, straight shoulder-length dark colored hair, and two lip studs in her lower lip. At the time of the incident, she was wearing an orange shirt with the Giants logo on it, dark pants and black high-heeled shoes.
The second suspect has a shoulder-length afro and was wearing gold-colored rectangular ear rings in a bamboo shape.
There was no description provided of the third suspect, and at publication time SF State police had not responded to SFist's request for more details from the incident.
The University Police Department does, however, ask that if you "saw or heard any part of this incident or may have further suspect information," you contact them at 415- 338-2222 or via their anonymous tip line at 415-338-3030.