Police respond to collision, theft, suspicious activity

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University of Maryland Police responded to reports of a traffic collision, theft and suspicious activity over the past week, according to online crime logs.

Collision involving a vehicle and a bicycle

University police responded to a collision between Martin Hall and the Iribe Center Friday afternoon, police spokesperson Sgt. Rosanne Hoaas wrote in an email.

A male student was riding his bicycle on the crosswalk on Paint Branch Drive at about 3:45 p.m. when he was hit by a vehicle, Hoaas wrote. The driver was a male student, she wrote.

The bicyclist sustained minor injuries and sought treatment, Hoaas wrote. He was later released.

A video review is underway, Hoaas wrote.

Theft

Police responded to McKeldin Library for a theft report on Feb. 25 at about 7 a.m., Hoaas wrote. A female student reported that her wristlet and its contents were stolen.

A video review is underway, Hoaas wrote. The case is active.

Suspicious Activity

Police responded to Martin Hall for a report of suspicious activity on Feb. 24 at about 12 p.m., Hoaas wrote. A female employee reported that items in the office suite had been moved around.

Nothing was reported stolen and there was no damage, Hoaas wrote. The case is active

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