University of Arizona police identified the man accused of exposing himself to a woman on campus last month.
Wyatt Minter was arrested Sept. 21 on one count of indecent exposure, but his name was withheld while UA police investigated additional cases where he was a person of interest, according to a news release Monday from UAPD.
Minter is accused of exposing himself to a woman after stopping his vehicle to ask for directions.
The woman had walked away to report the incident at the UA campus near East First Street and North Mountain Avenue on Thursday. Her description of the incident helped police identify the man's vehicle.
He later admitted to the incident when police questioned him Friday, according to a UA police news release at the time of the arrest.
He is not affiliated with the university, police said.
Minter was suspected in four investigations of similar incidents in September.
The first occurred Sept. 1 near Arizona Stadium, police said in a tweet. On Sept. 19, there were two reports of a man exposing himself from a vehicle, once near Centennial Hall and also at East First Street and North Mountain Avenue. Authorities learned of another incident Sept. 13 near East Sixth Street and North Highland Avenue.
No threats of violence were made, police said.
At the time of his arrest, Minter was banned from being on the UA campus in any capacity for one year, police said.
Anyone with information on similar incidents should call 911, UAPD at (520) 621-8273, or UAPD's tip line at (520) 621-8477.