LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  —   The Doheny Library at USC was evacuated Saturday afternoon following a report of an unarmed suspect committing a lewd act.

Students inside the library were asked to exit and were told they would have a police escort out of the area.

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Other students on campus were alerted to avoid the area.

The Daily Trojan reported the suspect might be on the library’s roof.

Just before 6 p.m., the campus said the issue was “resolved.”

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The school reported than an unarmed suspect engaged in “lewd behavior” in the library and was now in custody.




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