Westerville police said a Troy man was arrested after allegedly exposing himself to teenage girls in some central Ohio restaurants.

According to reports, a parent of a Westerville girl told police a man had exposed himself to her daughter and other girls in a restaurant in the first block of Maxtown Road on May 5.

The man allegedly was sitting with a laptop and paperwork and not eating, reports stated. The girls reported the man seemed to be exposing himself purposefully by the way he was sitting.

One girl took a picture of the man, and her mother reportedly told police that a friend had identified him on Facebook as someone who had done the same thing to her daughter and friends at a local coffee shop, according to reports.

The woman also gave police photo evidence of the second example.

Westerville police reported they helped identify the man thanks to Upper Arlington police, who had reportedly arrested the man May 5 for doing the same thing in a another restaurant while wearing the same clothes he had on in the Westerville restaurant.

Eventually, police arrested the 58-year-old Troy resident and charged him with public indecency, reports stated.

In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:

* Someone reportedly burglarized a house in the 400 block of Sioux Drive.

According to reports, a resident realized things were missing on the afternoon of May 7, but police found no signs of forced entry.

Several items, mostly electronics, were found missing, including a television and video games, reports stated.

* A resident in the 1100 block of Hepplewhite Street reported someone stole his vehicle while it sat in his driveway between May 10 and 11.

According to reports, the man kept the vehicle locked with the key in the ignition. When he went outside on the morning of May 11, the vehicle was gone.

The vehicle was eventually discovered and impounded by Columbus police, who arrested a suspect, according to reports.