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Man accused of exposing himself at UMD libraries arrested

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Posted at 2:15 PM, Nov 21, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-21 14:17:56-05

A suspect has been arrested after two women were reportedly flashed in two different libraries on the University of Maryland's campus. 

Aaron Michael Dunn was arrested and charged on Tuesday with two counts of indecent exposure. Dunn was originally wanted after the University of Maryland Police say a woman was flashed at McKeldin Library on Monday. 

The woman said around 9 p.m. she was on the sixth floor of the library when she saw a man who exposed himself. She and another person chased after him but could not find him. 

The next day around 1 p.m., University Police were notified about another flashing incident, this time at Hornbake Library on November 14. The suspect in this incident matched the description of the suspect from the day before. 

On Tuesday, University of Maryland Police were told about Aaron Michael Dunn by the Prince George's County Police who saw him working at an establishment in the 3300 block of Kenilworth Avenue. 

University Police say Dunn matched the description of the suspect seen flashing both of the women. 

Dunn has been issued a denial of access to campus and is being held on bond at the Department of Corrections in Upper Marlboro.