Teen reports being targeted by stalker | Crime
SALISBURY - A Salisbury teen has told her family and police a frightening story about her ongoing encounters with a man who appears to be stalking her, and the incident took an even more dangerous turn on Sunday afternoon when the unknown man forced the teen's car off the road.
According to the police report, the teen girl called 911 after arriving at her work place at the Salisbury Mall on Sunday afternoon. When police arrived to speak with her and her family, the officer noted that the girl appeared very upset and had been crying.
The girl told the officer that she believed a man had been following her for several weeks, but that on Sunday afternoon as she drove to work, he tried to pull her car over.
According to the report, the girl was driving to work when she noticed the man behind her in what she described as a blue Nissan Xterra. Once the teen turned onto Majolica Road heading towards Statesville Boulevard, she says the man pulled along side of her and made motions with his hands as if he were trying to get her to pull over. She says the man then pulled into the path of her car, forcing her off the road.
The girl pulled back on the road, and again, the man pulled beside her before finally driving away.
Police say the girl told them that the same man in the Xterra had parked outside her work place several times. She told investigators she has no idea who the man is. She described him as a white man in his 50's, a slim build, and white hair.
Police are investigating and they ask anyone with information on the man to call 704-635-5388.
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