A man who was spotted fleeing McKeldin Library on Monday night after an indecent exposure has been arrested.

Police charged Aaron Michael Dunn, 46, of Hyattsville, with two counts of indecent exposure, both of which occurred on campus over the past two weeks, University of Maryland Police said in a news release Wednesday.

University Police identified Dunn after Prince George’s County Police spotted a person matching the suspect description from the McKeldin incident working at a business on the 3300 block of Kenilworth Avenue on Nov. 20.

Dunn has previously pled guilty to an indecent exposure. Salisbury University Police charged him in November 2005, and he pled guilty in April 2007, according to Maryland case search. Logs indicate he served jail time and was instructed to begin a substance abuse program.

In addition to Monday night’s McKeldin Library incident — where a man exposed himself to a female university student before she and others chased him down the stairs — there was also a separate occurrence on Nov. 14.

A female student reported sitting at a desk in Hornbake Library that day when a man — who matched the description of one from the McKeldin Library report — exposed himself, according to the release.

The news release asked for individuals to contact police if they had similar experiences with Dunn. Police said Thursday they had yet to receive any other reports of indecent exposure connected to Dunn.

Dunn has also been previously charged with second-degree assault, theft and trespassing, according to Maryland case search, and has violated his probation in the past.

Police issued Dunn a denial of access to campus, and he is being held at the Department of Corrections in Upper Marlboro.