A man accused of attempting to trick victims into performing lewd acts by posing as an officer performing home quarantine checks in Melbourne has been charged.
Abdulfatah Awow, 25, handed himself in on Thursday afternoon, police said.
The Carlton man was the subject of a manhunt for almost a month, following allegations he was posing as an authorised officer in order to threaten women into agreeing to his sexual advances.
It is alleged that the man called a woman on her mobile, then arrived on her doorstep half an hour later to conduct a "random check".
He allegedly showed her a document with her personal details on it and asked to inspect the property before repeatedly asking for her to perform lewd acts.
The woman reported the alleged incident to police and the Department of Health.
Victoria's Department of Health is investigating a potential information leak that led to the man allegedly gaining the personal details of the woman.
On Thursday night, Victoria Police said Mr Awow would face 11 charges including attempting to procure sexual penetration by threat, attempting to procure a sexual act by fraud, stalking, impersonating an authorised officer, possessing identification information and committing an indictable offence on bail.
He's due in the Ringwood Magistrates' Court on August 19.