The 23-year-old worked next door and would visit the Super Target on his breaks, Channel 2 Action News reported.
All of the children immediately told their parents what happened, Roswell police spokeswoman Officer Lisa Holland told Channel 2.
Holland commends the kids for their quick thinking and bravery in speaking up.
“Any time a stranger grabs you inappropriately, a lot of times people freeze, especially kids,” Holland told the station. “They can be very scared and they’re not gonna say anything.”
A spokeswoman for Target issued a statement that said safety is a top priority.