Allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore continued to mount after several more people said they were aware of Moore's alleged penchant for young girls.
'It was a known fact: Roy Moore liked young girls' Faye Gary, a retired Gadsden police officer alleged to the New York Times, adding 'It was treated like a joke. That's just the way it was.'
Others in his community had similar observations about Moore, saying his alleged penchant for young girls was well known.
Senate candidate Roy Moore is facing more accusations about inappropriate behavior with young girls in his Alabama community
Glenn Day, who managed two stores at the mall at the time, said security had asked him to let them know if Moore was at the mall.
'I can't believe there's such an outcry now about something everybody knew,' Day said.
Janet Reeves who worked at the local mall Moore would frequent says he asked her friend, who was 17 or 18 at the time, for her number.
'I just thought he was the creepy old guy,' Reeves told the Times.
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Several local residents said they knew about Moore approaching teenage girls. They said that he was often working out at the local YMCA, shirtless, chatting up high school aged girls.
Delores Abney who frequented the YMCA said that Moore would talk to girls that 'appeared to be