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PSC library amping up security
The library at Pensacola State College is a place where you find college students trying to find a quiet place to study.
You'd never expect to find a man doing obscene things in front of women.
There's been three incidents in just a week.
Police say, a man has been creeping through the book cases and coming up to women studying at the library.
The students say the man has been performing lewd acts in front of them.
"Why would that happen at a college campus?" asked Alyson Seiwert.
Alyson Seiwert is a student at PSC. Like all students on campus, she received an e-mail from the University warning her about this man.
But she's still at the library with a friend, studying for a test. She's not worried.
"I was a little scared I'd see something happening, but I think the way security is around here they wouldn't let anything happen," she said.
Until the perpetrator is caught, campus police have amped up security at the library.
Anyone studying may notice an officer at the entrance and others walking around keeping a watchful eye.
Police are also monitoring footage from security cameras inside the building.
"A good number of those people have been dedicated this last week to, not only follow up on the crime, but patrolling the area trying to be in preventive mode," said Hank Shirah. PSC Chief of Police.
Police feel like they have a handle on the investigation, but they're asking students to be careful.
They describe the suspect as a white male, between 18 and 25 years old, medium build with dark hair.