2 dangerous Prince George's County abduction suspects at large, police say

Police are looking for two men suspected of abducting a woman near a Prince George's County Metro station and then repeatedly sexually assaulting her.

Both D.C. and Prince George's County police are cooperating in an effort to find the suspects, who they described as "extremely dangerous."

"We need to get them off the street as soon as possible," a Prince George's County official said.

The men reportedly held the victim up at gunpoint as she was walking from the Naylor Road Metro station toward an apartment complex off Curtis Drive in Temple Hills around midnight.

They say the suspects drove around with the victim and sexually assaulted her before robbing her.

The suspects then reportedly went to Southeast and sexually assaulted the victim before leaving her there.

They are looking for two black males - both between 18 and 23 years old. One is reportedly 5-foot-10, and the other is 6-foot.

The first suspect - seen in surveillance pictures - had a handgun, according to police, and was dressed all in black.

The second had a distinctive red Helly Hansen jacket and wore a ski mask.

They were reportedly driving a black, older model, four-door sedan.

If you have any information that might help police, call (301) 772-4908.