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Man caught on camera following women to front doors in Soulard

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This man was caught on camera following two women to the doors of their homes in Soulard Tuesday. Credit: KMOV This man was caught on camera following two women to the doors of their homes in Soulard Tuesday. Credit: KMOV
SOUTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -

A man was caught on camera following two women to the front doors of their homes in Soulard Tuesday morning.

The footage was captured by a resident’s surveillance camera.  One woman said she didn’t know the man was seconds behind her.

“While I was walking back to the house, this car made a U-turn, parked outside my home. Once I came inside, I locked the door and in the surveillance video, we see someone tried to come into my home,” said resident Emily Vancil.

The footage shows the man try to turn the door handle to get into the house.

The same cameras caught the man hours later following another woman home. The video shows him walking through the front lawn and approaching the woman, Cara Luby. Luby told News 4 the man got physical.

“He grabbed me by the waist and moved his hands lower,” said Luby.

Luby quickly moved away from him, she said he never appeared violent.

Wednesday morning, police said they have identified a person of interest. 

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