COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — Police apprehended the suspect in a UMD campus case of unlawful touching of a student in Washington D.C., on March 23.

University of Maryland Police Department received a tip on March 4 about a suspect in an unlawful touching of a student case from December 2018.

READ MORE: Coalition Of Officials Announce Bill Requiring Establishments On The Block To Close By 10 p.m., Citing Uptick In Violence

In the case, a woman reported that a man walked up to her on campus and started walking with her. He then began to inappropriately touch her in a sexual manner. The student left the area and called police.

Detectives identified Anwar Hammed Abdel-Rahman as the suspect from the tip, and received an arrest warrant for the suspect.

READ MORE: Mayor Scott, Commissioner Harrison Join Frosh In Pushing For 'Ghost' Gun Ban

UMPD Looking For Suspect In Unlawful Touching Of A Student On UMD’s Campus

Abdel-Rahman will be extradited to Maryland to stand trial.

MORE NEWS: First Lady Yumi Hogan Tests Positive For COVID-19, Governor Says

Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook