CLEVELAND - Police have released video of two suspects wanted for aggravated robbery near Central Catholic High School in Cleveland.
According to police, two 14-year-olds were walking to school Wednesday morning, when they came face to face with two young men who robbed them.
The suspects are described as 18-year-olds.
Police said the girls had just stopped for breakfast, and took a shortcut through the back parking lot. That's when they said they were approached by the suspects. According to the victims, the men were friendly at first, and then they saw a silver handgun.
"They said guys asked them questions like 'what's up?' Then, they brandished their guns and told them to give up their cell phones, french toast sticks, and bus tickets," said Roosevelt Bishop, father to one of the victims.
Bishop said the girls were visibly shaken when he arrived at the school, and he told them to stop wearing their headphones everywhere, and to stop taking shortcuts.
Anyone with information is asked to call Cleveland police.