BERKELEY (CBS SF) — Campus police arrested a 71-year-old man Monday at the University of California at Berkeley, after he allegedly videotaped another man inside a school restroom.

At 4:50 p.m., police responded to a report of a suspicious person inside a men’s restroom, located in the lower level of the Martin Luther King Student Union building, according to police.

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The victim, a 49-year-old man, had entered the bathroom stall, when he noticed someone reaching underneath the stall, holding a smart phone.

The victim yelled at the suspect and the victim left the restroom, police said.

The victim told a building employee, who then contacted police. When officers arrived at the restroom, they found the suspect in possession of a smart phone, as well as a drill, which the suspect had used  to drill a hole in the stall’s wall, according to police.

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Police identified the suspect as Richard Anderson. Police arrested

Anderson on suspicion of invasion of privacy and vandalism.

Police are working to identify any other possible victims. Anyone who used the first floor men’s restroom in the MLK Student Union building on Sunday is advised to contact UCPD Detective Sgt. Andrew Tucker at (510) 664-9687.

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