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Published on January 3rd, 2016 |

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2 female escorts robbed by 2 black males at Buckhead hotel Jan. 2

Two apparently well-paid female “escorts” were allegedly stripped of more than $3,600 by a would-be client and his accomplice during an armed robbery Saturday morning in a 3rd floor guest room at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center on Lenox Road, according to a police report.

Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center where two female escorts were allegedly robbed of more than $3,600 on Saturday morning.

Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center where two female escorts were allegedly robbed of more than $3,600 on Saturday morning. WSB-TV photo

The women, whose names were not released, told police a man came to their hotel room and discussed prices for about 10 minutes. According to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution report, the women told police, “He then started to leave and when the door opened, the second suspect forced his way inside while holding a gun.”

The women gave officers possible phone numbers for the two black male suspects, but only a minimal description of the two was provided. One man was wearing all black, including a black scarf, with glasses, and the other was wearing a red shirt with grey pants, according to police.

“One suspect would point the gun at the victims while the other went through the victims’ property,” according to police who were called to the hotel shortly before 10 a.m.

Police said one woman said she was naked when the incident began and the second was forced to take off her clothes. The two men took $3,000 from one woman and $640 from the other before leaving the room.

The two nude women chased after the suspects down the hallway, but stopped when the men ran down the stairs, according to the police report. A hotel guest in another room called 911 after seeing the naked women running down the hall after the men, according to police.

Surveillance video from Lenox Square Mall showed the two men running into a parking garage, but the quality was not good enough for officers to identify the men, police said. Hotel employees were also reviewing surveillance footage.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact Atlanta police.

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