Published: Tue, October 24, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

After Disturbing Warning, NYPD Search for Stalker Targeting 2 Brooklyn Kids

After Disturbing Warning, NYPD Search for Stalker Targeting 2 Brooklyn Kids

"When she got to the location and was in the presence of other parents the individual fled the scene".

Police are looking for a suspected stalker who they say has been targeting two children in Brooklyn, allegedly following them to a bus stop and showing up twice outside their home.

According to police, at approximately 8:25am on Friday, October 20, the 8-year-old girl was walking with her friend to the school bus stop near Eastern Parkway and Brooklyn Avenue when she noticed a odd man ducking between cars following her.

A man has been creepily following around a little girl and her older brother, even going to their Brooklyn home asking what bedroom they sleep in, according to police.

Her brother saw the same man hours later as he took the bus home from school.

The man followed the siblings, stood in front of their house and asked them questions about where they sleep in multiple encounters on Friday and Saturday, police said. Police say he returned at about 7pm and was reportedly "on the second step of the residence ducking and taking pictures of the interior of the house". The girl refused to answer and the man left the scene on foot toward Nostrand Avenue.

The girl brazenly confronted him and he asked her where she sleeps in the house and whom she lives with.

Later that day, there was a note in the mailbox that read, "Watch out".

After overhearing that their captors meant to pimp them out as prostitutes, the teens tried to leave the house, but Nebahate pulled out a knife and forced them to stay, police said.

Surveillance footage released by police captured the suspect arriving in a white four-door sedan, exiting the ride and staring at the home.

The young girl first spotted the alleged stalker, a bald man who appears to be about 5'9 and 160 pounds, on her walk to school Friday morning.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.

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