Officials say an unidentified man exposed himself to a woman Thursday afternoon while inside of the Columbus Public Library, according to reports.
The 5-foot-10 suspect was a skinny black man seen wearing a blue shirt and blue pants, the witness told police. Records show that the man has not been arrested.
The woman told authorities that she was walking into the public library at 3000 Macon Road when a man standing near the second floor's window knocked on the glass. When she looked at the male, he reached down and exposed his private area to her at about 4:58 p.m., according to police records.
She said she went inside to notify security.
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Though the official did find the suspect in the library, the offender fled on foot before security could apprehend him.