Teen arrested after sneaking into Miley Cyrus' dressing room and leaving a note

Hours before Miley Cyrus took the stage in Omaha last week, police were called to the CenturyLink Center for a report that an 18-year-old had sneaked into the singer's dressing room.

According to a police report, security cameras showed the teen, later identified as Tucker Salvesen, walking into restricted areas of the arena Wednesday -- the day before the concert.

The police report said Salvesen then directed a public message on Twitter to Miley Cyrus saying he had left a note in the dressing room for her. In the message, Salvesen attached a photo of the entrance to the dressing room marked "Miley Cyrus."

The police report said Salvesen, who's from northern Utah, told officers that he had obtained a VIP pass from a truck driver on the Miley Cyrus tour and thought it gave him access to the building. He said he walked past several people on his way to the dressing room without being stopped.

CenturyLink Center officials told police VIP passes only give access to certain areas of the building, not including the restricted area where dressing rooms are located.

Salvesen told police he saw no signs and doors there were unlocked, but CenturyLink Center officials said that was due to the change over from a hockey setup to the concert setup.

The note left in Miley Cyrus' room, according to the police report, read: "I snuck back here I need to meet you. You have helped me so much your music has given me all the answers I was looking for when my heart got broke ... we went through the same thing @ the same time ... Miley I love you!!! Please let me meet you."

Salvesen also left his phone number and Twitter username for the singer.

Salvesen told KETV NewsWatch 7 that he was spotted the day of the concert in a public area of the venue, and police said he was being detained by security when officers were called to the arena.

At the request of CenturyLink Center officials, police arrested Salvesen on suspicion of misdemeanor criminal trespassing.

Salvesen, who calls himself a "huge fan" of Miley Cyrus, said he missed the Omaha concert but has already purchased tickets to another show next month.