ASU armed robberies have student on edge

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TEMPE -- Students at Arizona State University are on high alert after a pair of armed robberies on campus happened within days of each other.

ASU police: Robberies aren't connected

The most recent incident was just after midnight on Sept. 5. Police said two robbers took a student's wallet and cell phone.

It happened outside Manzanita Hall on the Tempe campus.

The two men reportedly told the student that they had a gun.

A similar incident took place a few days early outside Hayden Library.

ASU police said the robberies do not appear to be connected.

The crimes have some students on edge.

"It kind of makes me feel uneasy," said one student.

The suspect in the Sept. 1 robbery is described as thin, white man in his 20s. He's about 5 feet 9 inches tall and has dirty blond hair. Police said the suspect also has a pronounced Adam's apple.

The suspects in second incident are described as black men. One was heavy set; the other was about 6 feet tall.

Anyone with information about either robbery should contact the ASU Police Department.