CELINA — Officials were investigating a complaint in which a man, possibly intoxicated, may have wandered into a woman's house early Tuesday.The 44-year-old woman woke to a 6 foot, 250-pound man with a stocky build and possibly in his 20s standing partially clothed in her bedroom. She asked him what he was doing and told him to leave, Celina Police Department officials reported.“It may be someone who went into the wrong house,” said Chief David Slusser of the Celina Police Department.The man was undressing when the woman woke and discovered him, Slusser said. The man did not try to put up a fight or steal anything, he just left when the woman asked him to leave, he said. “His state of mind does not fit the true state of mind of a true home invasion,” Slusser said. “‘You want me to leave, OK, I guess I'll go.' There was no hurry to leave.”The man found his way into the home on Leona Street in Celina shortly before 1 a.m. After the woman confronted him, she ran into her son's bedroom and the son confronted the man but not in a fight, Slusser said.The man likely entered through an unlocked door, which has Slusser reminding people to lock their doors at night.Officers tried searching for him after the incident. If the man were drunk and had no criminal intent, he still could be charged with trespassing, Slusser said.Officers found a shirt at the scene they believe belonged to the man. It was being analyzed for evidence in hopes of identifying the man, Slusser said. Anyone with information on the matter is asked to call the Celina Police Department at 419-586-2345.