Police say a man exposed himself to an employee at an Abercrombie and Fitch store in Perimeter Mall, Channel 2 Action News reported.
The incident happened last week after the man asked to try on a pair of pants, according to Channel 2.
“A man came into the store, selected a pair of pants, went into the fitting room, came out and asked an associate to get him a different pair of pants,” Dunwoody police spokesman Sgt. Robert Parsons told the news station.
After the employee got the suspect the pants, she said she noticed him exposing himself while looking at her, Parsons said.
She screamed and alerted the store’s manager about the incident, according to Parsons. The suspect then fled the store, Channel 2 reported.
The employee told police she was keeping an eye on the suspect because she believes he was the same man who has shoplifted at the store in the past, according to the news station.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Dunwoody Police Department.
A similar incident happened earlier this week in Dunwoody.
A man is accused of groping a teenage girl while she was steps away from her mother at the Hobby Lobby on Ashford Dunwoody Road, AJC.com previously reported. Security cameras captured an image of the suspect, but police have not been able to identify him.
No arrests have been made in that case.
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