Transit Police are warning women to be weary of a man who allegedly stalked two women at Quincy Adams MBTA parking garage last week.
The first victim told police that she was walking on the second level of the garage around 7:50 p.m. Thursday when she noticed a black man in his late twenties "staring at her and following her."
When she sought out other people to walk with, the suspect allegedly "crouched down between parked vehicles and began to crawl from one vehicle to the next."
The woman told police that once she arrived to her car, the suspect suddenly appeared at the passenger side door. He tried to open the door, and was yelling at her to let him in, police said.
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The victim was able to drive away before the suspect gained entry, police said.
The second incident allegedly happened five minutes later, as another woman was walking to her car on the fourth level of the garage.
The suspect was allegedly hiding behind a wall, then began following her to her car. She left before he reached her, police said. That man was described as black or hispanic.
Transit police are urging anyone with information about these incidents to contact them by calling their Criminal Investigations Unit at 617-222-1050.