QUINCY, Mass. (WHDH) -
Police said two women walking to their cars noticed a suspicious man following them in the parking garage at the Quincy Adams MBTA stop.
The two incident occurred Thursday night, one at 7:50 p.m. and the other just a few minutes later.
"A woman was walking to her car, she observed a male. When she made visual contact with him he ducked down between some vehicles and began crawling underneath cars,” MBTA Police Superintendent-in-Chief Joseph O’Connor said.
Police say he continued to follow her right to her car.
"When she got to her car she opened up her door to get in and he was at the passenger side door and tried to get in her car, telling her to open the door,” O’Connor said.
She was able to drive away safely and called police.
Just five minutes later a woman reported a similar incident on the fourth floor.
"Another woman observed a man hiding behind a wall as she was going to her car and was following her...she was also able to get into her car and leave and report it to us,” O’Connor said.
Police say they believe one suspect is behind both incidents and that they have stepped up patrols at parking garages on the South Shore.