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Man charged with exposing himself at Carolina Place Mall

By Cleve R. Wootson Jr.
cwootson@charlotteobserver.com
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    - PINEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
    Police believe Michael Louis Greenburg exposed himself to a woman at Carolina Place Mall in early May. He has been charged with indecent exposure.
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    - PINEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
    Pineville police released this image of a man suspected of exposing himself to an employee at the Hollister Co. at Carolina Place Mall.

Pineville Police said they have arrested a man suspected of exposing himself to a woman at Carolina Place Mall.

Michael Louis Greenburg, 43, was charged with indecent exposure, a misdemeanor. Pineville Police Lt. Corey Copley said Greenburg was identified by the victim from a photographic lineup.

The victim, an employee at the Hollister Co. at Carolina Place Mall, said a man exposed himself to her at the store just after noon on May 6.

“The man exposed himself to her while he was having a conversation with her, then left the store without further incident,” according to a news release by police. The employee had seen the suspect in the store before.

Wootson: 704-358-5046; Twitter: @CleveWootson
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