Police continue to look for the man suspected of attacking a woman at Desert Springs Hospital.
Metro Police consider Roy Trost armed and dangerous.
Action News reporter Steve Ryan talked to Trost's former roommate about the accusations against his friend.
The attack happened late Sunday night at Desert Springs Hospital.
Investigators say a woman was kidnapped from the hospital parking lot, robbed and sexually assaulted.
Originally police were looking for Trost in the area around the hospital, because he had been staying only about a quarter of a mile away.
Since then, his roommate says he has left and authorities have launched a multi-state search for him.
Marco Briody was Trost's roommate until he says the 19 - year - old ran when police came to their apartment Wednesday.
Briody says he called them after stumbling on Trost's journal.
"I opened the journal and I read it and I was horrified. Inside the journal was a description of the activities that took place over in the parking lot of the hospital," explained Marco Briody.
Officers served a search warrant at Briody's apartment as they were looking for some of Trost's clothes, the gun he was suspected of using and his cell phones.
Briody says officers took cell phones from the apartment.
Outside in a dumpster detectives found clothing described by the victim and the gun, which turned to out to be a replica.
Marco hopes when law enforcement finds him they do not think he has a real gun.
"You love someone, but you do not want to see them get killed. You do not want to see them hurt anyone else and the only option is to report him," said Marco.
Authorities believe Trost may have fled the state and he could be clean shaven.
Authorities say it does not matter if the gun was real or not, they still consider Trost a threat.
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