Police Seek Man Regarding Alleged Disorderly Conduct At Library

Police seek man questioning, Library
A man sought for questioning by the Park Forest Police walks out of the Library. (Photo: PFPD)

Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- Park Forest Police are looking for a man who allegedly “rubbed himself,” according to one officer, at the Park Forest Library. Police wish to speak with the man regarding alleged indecent exposure, alleged disorderly conduct. According to police, no children were around at the time, but staff and library patrons were very uncomfortable with what they witnessed.

Police put a statement on the department’s Facebook page and two photographs of the man with whom they wish to speak.

“It’s a free country,” the statement from the PFPD begins, “but there are some things one just can’t do in public.

“Officer Jim Kessler is looking to identify and speak with pictured individual reference a indecent exposure/ disorderly conduct investigation.

“If you recognize this man, please call Officer Kessler at (708) 748-4701, and if you see him about, please let someone know at that same number or via 911,” the statement concluded.

Police seek interview with man leaving Park Forest Library
Police wish to speak with this man. (Photo: PFPD)