West Goshen Police are seeking the public’s help regarding a Chester County man who allegedly stalked an area woman recently, according to a release from the West Goshen Police Department.
Police say that an area woman called in a complaint regarding a 25-year-old Phoenixville man who was allegedly stalking her on January 3.
According to reports, the woman noticed the man driving closely behind her in his car during her morning commute. She stopped at an area Wawa and was approached by the man, who then allegedly made various sexual references and asked for her phone number.
According to police, the woman left the Wawa in her car and was followed by the man for over 21 miles. While stopping at a red light, the man allegedly drove his car into hers in an attempt to get her to leave her vehicle. The woman was eventually able to elude the man and call for help in a different Wawa parking lot, the release states.
Police say they were able to locate and interview the man,
who denied the allegations. Detectives claim they were able to retrieve video surveillance
from Waea that places him at the Wawa near the time of the reported events.
Police are asking anyone with similar experiences to come forward and contact the West Goshen Police department.