If the "gentleman" in the above picture looks a bit familiar, the Dixon Police Department would like to have a word with you.

The incident happened about 2 weeks ago at the Arby's in Dixon.

MyStateline - The Dixon Police Department is asking the public's assistance to locate a man who is accused of public indecency at an Arby's restaurant. The man was captured on surveillance video at the eatery, located at 1650 South Galena Avenue, shortly before closing time, at 9:45 PM on January 13th.

While it's, of course, awful to commit this kind of crime anytime of year, it's amazing that this happens during the middle of January in the Midwest. It was cold that night. I did a little internet digging and found the weather report for Dixon that night.

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28 degrees is a bold time to start removing clothes outdoors.

I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out why the Dixon Police Department is having a hard time finding this guy. They released another photo of him by, what they claim is his car.

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Now, I'm no forensic scientist but I'm pretty sure we should be able to track this guy down when we know the exact make, model, color, and license plate number to his car.

I mean the Illinois Department of Transportation has zero problem tracking me down for a missed toll and that's when I'm travelling 70 miles per hour.

Anyway, if you can be of any help identifying this man, contact the Dixon Police at 815-288-4411.

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