BALTIMORE (AP) — A man accused of carjacking a couple who were heading to the hospital because the woman was in labor has been convicted.

A federal jury in Baltimore on Wednesday found 44-year-old Cornell Robinson of Washington guilty of carjacking and firearms charges.

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According to evidence presented at trial, Robinson and others approached the couple on March 2, 2014, in Annapolis as they were getting into their car.

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Prosecutors say the male victim ran away and called police. Robinson and another man, who were both armed, forced the woman into a nearby apartment building and told her to let them into a unit.

Authorities say the woman repeatedly told the gunmen she was in labor and didn’t have a key to the apartment. The men took the woman’s car key and fled.

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