A man known to expose himself to department store employees has a problem with mall security, DeKalb County police said.
They won't stop following him around, he said.
Police haven't confirmed the identity of the man, according to a police report filed last week. They were called to the mall March 16 once employees realized, after consulting security camera footage, the man known for exposing himself also filed a complaint recently with the mall's manager about security personnel following him.
During the meeting with the mall's manager, the suspect was loud and belligerent and seemed "unstable," the report said. The man occasionally comes into or and asks an associate a question. He moves into an area of the store not covered by a security camera, and when the associate turns around, he exposes himself, associates told police.
The suspect has been seen in a white, 4-door, late-model Honda Accord or Nissan Maxima. He was described as a white male in his mid-30s with a medium build and about 5 feet 9 inches tall. He has a receding hairline and a greasy pony tail and has worn a white undershirt and a button-down men's shirt. He occasionally wears a baseball cap and sunglasses.