Police are looking for three people who allegedly stole a car at gunpoint on the CSU Northridge campus Friday night, authorities said.
The carjacking happened at about 11:35 p.m. in the F-9 Parking Lot south of Lassen Avenue, police said.
Two men and one woman approached the victim in the parking lot and started talking to him, officials said. Police said one of the men then pointed a gun at the victim and demanded his car keys.
The three suspects then drove away in the car, which was later found abandoned in the surrounding neighborhood.
The first suspect is described as a slender black man 19 to 20 years old with a medium-dark skin tone. He is said to be 5 foot 9 inches and was last seen wearing blue jeans, blue flat rim hat and a dark hooded sweater.
The second suspect is described as a slender black man 19-20 years old with a mustache. He is said to be 6 feet with a medium-dark skin tone and was last seen wearing dark Dickies shorts, a red t-shirt and gray hooded sweater.
The third suspect is described as a black woman 19-20 years old with a dark skin tone. She is said to be short and stocky with her hair in long braids and was last seen possibly wearing gray sweats, a jacket and a yellow striped shirt.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact the CSUN Police Department at 818-677-8477.