(Meredith/CNN/WBAY) -- A former YMCA employee who used to play Santa has been charged with two counts of first-degree child sexual assault.

It allegedly happened at an Oshkosh, Wisconsin YMCA.

Oshkosh police were called to the YMCA last week.

Childcare supervisors told officers a parent saw BT Adams, 75, inappropriately kiss a three-year-old girl on the mouth.

Court documents say surveillance videos show Adams kissing the girl and sexually assaulting her on multiple occasions in November. At times, he was seen taking her to the bathroom.

Oshkosh Police Chief Dan Adams said on two occasions, Adams is seen with his hand having sexual contact with the toddler.

The Oshkosh YMCA says Adams worked in the cafeteria and then requested to be moved to the drop off center in 2013. Adams also played Santa for a number of years.

Video handed over to investigators show that from November 8 to December 6, Adams worked 10 days at the childcare drop off center.

Police have asked parents to come forward if they have any additional information or concerns but say there are no other known victims.

Police say Adams' history wasn't indicative of this kind of behavior but are now encouraging parents to talk to their children.

The YMCA is cooperating with police and have fired Adams.

Adams is also facing one count of conspiracy to commit first-degree child sexual assault.

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(2) comments

WayneS

Anybody surprised?

momsacorn

Where the f'n HECK were the parents in all this??????

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