HALLOWELL – Police were still looking Sunday evening for two men who committed an armed robbery Saturday in Hallowell, making off with an engagement ring and cash.

Hallowell Police Chief Eric Nason said that at 8:19 p.m. Saturday, police received a 911 call reporting the theft at 59 Second St.

A man and a woman told police they were visiting the apartment to smoke marijuana with the male tenant.

Soon after they arrived, two men with bandanas covering their faces entered through an unlocked door.

The robbers were armed with an electronic device, possibly a stun gun, and a firearm, Nason said.

The thieves are believed to have discharged the electronic device on the man and may have hit him with the gun as well, police said.

The man’s injuries were minor and he did not require medical attention. The gun was not fired, Nason said.

The victims were told to turn over all their jewelry and empty their pockets. The thieves made off with the woman’s two-carat diamond engagement ring and a few hundred dollars in cash, police said.

The two robbers then fled, and the male tenant was not present when police arrived.

Nason said the robbery was probably a setup.

“It was a very specific robbery, not anything random,” he said Sunday. “The tenant has arrest warrants out for charges that are unrelated.”

Maine State Police, Augusta police and the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office all responded to the call.