By: KDKA-TV News Staff

GREENSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) – A man is facing charges for allegedly following a girl while she was walking into and out of work and touching himself in the Westmoreland Mall parking lot.

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Police say 60-year-old William Gressman commented on the 16-year-old’s body as she was going to work around 2:30 Tuesday. As she was walking out of the Macy’s a little before 7 p.m., police say Gressman started following her to her car while touching himself.

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Police say the girl rushed to her car and was able to get away. Meanwhile, police say Gressman sat in his car until around 7:30 before driving off towards Sears.

According to court paperwork, Gressman admitted to touching himself in the Westmoreland Mall parking lot and in his car.

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He’s facing multiple charges including stalking, indecent exposure and harassment.