University of Maryland Police responded to reports of an armed robbery, Peeping Tom and identity theft over the past week, according to police logs.

Armed robberies

Police responded to a robbery, possibly involving a handgun, at a business near The Varsity on Sunday evening, according to a UMD Alert sent at about 7 p.m.

The two suspects escaped on foot.

Police responded to another robbery, also involving two suspects with a handgun, at Wake Forest Drive and Guilford Road Sunday night, according to an alert sent at about 8:30 p.m.

By the time of publication, police had not apprehended the suspects, and had given no indication whether the two incidents were connected.

Peeping Tom

A Peeping Tom has visited a house in College Park seven different times since Oct. 2, according to a news release from Prince George’s County Police.

Most times, the man was seen peering into a window or door, police said. On one occasion, he walked inside, then left without interacting with anyone inside.

University of Maryland students live in the house, which is located on Hopkins Avenue, according to the release.

Identity theft

On Tuesday at about 1 p.m., University Police responded to the 8500 block of Boteler Lane for a report of identity theft, police spokesperson Rosanne Hoaas wrote in an email.

A male student told police that someone had been using his identity since summer 2017, Hoaas wrote. The suspect had been taking money from “unsuspecting victims” who “thought they were purchasing shoes,” she wrote.

The case is open.