A woman was beaten and robbed early Tuesday morning near the University of Michigan’s campus in Ann Arbor, police said.
Police said the woman told them she was approached by two men near East Kingsley and Cornwell streets who asked to use her phone.
When she told them her phone didn’t work, police said the men pushed her to the ground, punched and kicked her and took off with her backpack and coat.
A witness who heard her screaming for help called 911.
The victim suffered minor injuries.
Police don’t have detailed descriptions of the robbers, including a third man who seen standing farther down the sidewalk during the crime.
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