(WXYZ) - A Detroit student is shaken after his mother says a bus stop robbery left him with nothing.
Two men allegedly approached him at McGraw and Florida this morning on the west side as he waited for a bus ride to school.
One man shoved a gun in his face and demanded his laptop. Then they ordered the 16-year-old to empty his pockets.
The victim's mom told us he did what they wanted.
Mom says from now on, she'll drive her son to the bus stop and wait in the car until he's safely on his way to school
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