Mila Kunis stalker, who escaped from Pomona facility, in custody

Stuart Lynn Dunn, accused of stalking actress Mila Kunis, was recaptured Wednesday, June 3, after escaping a mental health facility four days prior. (Los Angeles Probation Department/AP/Jordan Strauss)

A 30-year-old man accused of stalking actress Mila Kunis has been taken into custody after his escape from a mental health facility in Pomona.

Authorities say they received information that led officers to Santa Monica. Stuart Lynn Dunn was located in an alley east of the 1100 6th Street on Wednesday. He was booked for a probation violation.

Dunn had not been seen since he climbed out of a bathroom window at Olive Vista Behavioral Health Center Saturday night.

In 2012, Dunn was accused of breaking into Kunis' West Hollywood condominium, as well as showing up at her gym. He violated a restraining order she had against him, and in 2013, he pleaded no contest during a hearing.

He was sentenced to six months rehabilitation and was ordered to stay away from her and her agents, managers and assistants for 10 years.

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