Indecent exposure at library, Lexington Police looking for suspect

Lexington Police are asking for help to identify a male subject who was involved in an indecent exposure incident, according to Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green. The alleged incident happened at the Lexington County Public Library,  5440 Augusta Road in Lexington.

On Monday at approximately 5:30 p.m., while standing in the book case aisle, a juvenile female observed a male subject pull down his shorts to expose himself to her. The male subject fondled his genitalia in a sexual manner before the thirteen-year-old female turned and walked away.

The subject was described as a Hispanic or multiracial male who was approximately six foot tall and 190 pounds with a thin but muscular build. He was wearing glasses and had long black curly hair that was worn in a ponytail. He was dressed in a purple sleeveless shirt, black gym shorts, black tennis shoes, black baseball cap and wearing a necklace. The subject had tattoos on his upper right arm.

Anyone with information about this investigation, or knows the identity of the male subject involved in this crime, is asked to contact Detective Beza at 803-358-1414.

Those with information can also contact Midlands Crimestoppers in the following ways:

CALL – 1-888-CRIME-SC.
WEBSITE – http://www.midlandscrimestoppers.com/. Click on the “Submit a Tip” tab.

 

 

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