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Report: Man exposed himself to a woman and children at Panera Bread in Emory Village

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Report: Man exposed himself to a woman and children at Panera Bread in Emory Village

A DeKalb County Police vehicle. Photo obtained via Wikimedia Commons
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Illustration: A DeKalb County Police vehicle. Photo obtained via Wikimedia Commons

This story has been updated. 

The Emory student newspaper reports that a man exposed himself to a woman and children while they were at Panera Bread in Emory Village.

The incident happened on Sept 10. It was reported to Emory Police and DeKalb County Police.

According to the Emory Wheel, the incident occurred between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. According to the Wheel, “[The vicitm] was at Panera Bread in East Village with her daughter and three of her daughter’s friends, who are between 14 and 15 years old. The complainant said a black male, approximately 45 years old and 6 feet 2 inches, kept looking at the teens, moved closer to them and then exposed himself to them.”

The DeKalb County Police Department said it was unable to track down the witnesses in order to obtain a statement.

“An officer did respond to the Panera Bread in reference to a male exposing himself,” a spokesperson said. “When the officer arrived they met with the manager of Panera Bread who did not witness the incident. The manager told the officer the victims and suspect had left the location. The officer circulated the area looking for the suspect but was unsuccessful. The victims did not leave any contact information so the officer was unable to obtain a statement from them or complete an incident report.”

To see the full report from the Emory Wheel, click here.

 

 

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