COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — UPDATE: Police said the man is in custody. Court documents identify him as 30-year-old Joshua Arrowood.
Ohio State University police sent out a public safety notice Friday afternoon asking the community to be aware of a wanted suspect.
On Wednesday just after noon, Arrowood followed students who used their IDs to enter Scott House Residence Hall. Court documents said he walked past the staffed front desk toward the attached and separately secured cafeteria.
He then went up a nearby flight of stairs leading to the second-floor dormitory. He entered an elevator and traveled to the fifth floor, and exited. He then went to an elevator on the sixth floor and traveled to the seventh floor.
Around 12;30, he went into a women's restroom.
An OSU student reported to police that the man knocked on her shower stall door and waved for her to join him in another stall.
The student immediately left the area, and no injuries were reported, police said.
Police said he is not affiliated with OSU, meaning he is not a student, faculty, or staff member.
While investigating the incident, OSU police learned from the Columbus Division of Police that the suspect is also believed to be involved in other related incidents off campus.
Arrowood was charged with burglary.
The Ohio State University Police Division is asking that anyone with information related to this crime contact them by calling 614-292-2121.