BANGOR, Maine — Two men have been charged in connection with three Bangor-area robberies in November 2016, Bangor police said Tuesday in a press release.

Kirk Dephilippo Sr., 54, of Bangor and Shane Palmer, 27, of Westbrook each was charged with three counts of robbery.

Information about when and where they were arrested was not released.

All three robberies occurred on Nov. 25, the press release said. Two were at homes in Bangor, and the third was at Dysart’s Truck Stop in Hermon.

The first was reported at 12:37 a.m. when two masked men allegedly entered a Lincoln Street home. The resident reported that two men wearing masks attempted to kick the door in, the press release said. The resident reportedly brandished a lever-action rifle, which caused the suspects to leave the property.

Less than an hour later, residents of a Bolling Drive apartment reported that two masked men came into their apartment about 1:30 a.m. demanding money and drugs, the press release said. One resident, armed with a Taser, reportedly “persuaded” the intruders to leave, but one of the suspects was allegedly able to steal a backpack.

The truck stop in Hermon reported about 3 a.m. that two suspects wearing masks had entered the store and demanded money, the press release said. They allegedly fled with the entire cash register and its content, which included about $500.

Information about when the duo is due in court or how much jail time each would serve if convicted was not available late Tuesday.