Man accused of breaking into sorority house

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NORMAN, Okla. -- Police in Norman are on the lookout for a man who broke into a University of Oklahoma sorority house.

The suspect got in while the girls were asleep.

He's accused of doing some bizarre things inside the house.

The suspect broke into the Delta Gamma house.

This case is still under investigation and police are releasing very few details including what the man is suspected of doing inside.

One sorority member told News Channel 4 off camera that the man was able to sneak into the shower and use the girls' razors to shave his body.

He's also suspected of wearing their clothes.

No arrests have been made but police say once they track down the suspect, he'll face charges of first-and second-degree burglary.

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