At least two women have reported incidents of a man in a black sports car following them while they jogged in Hampden.
The most recent incident happened at 4:20 p.m. Sunday when a young woman was jogging down Keswick Road and noticed a black 2000s Jaguar that was parked, then started slowly following her as she passed by, according to a police report.
The car had dark tinted windows, so she could not see inside. She turned down University Parkway and the car went straight.
Later she was jogging down Tudor Arms Avenue nearing 37th Street and saw the car again, this time the window was down and the man was looking straight at her, according to her Nextdoor post.
She saw the black man who looked like he was in his 20s, in a blue shirt and pants exposing and touching himself in front of her.
He didn't say anything and she ran to a more public location to find someone with a cell phone to call police.
When she found a group of people and called the police, she returned with them to the corner or 37th and Tudor Arms.
The man reversed up Tudor Arms away from them, as they were trying to get a picture. They noticed there was not a front license plate.
Police are asking for any information to track down this man.
Neighbors say this happened around the same time (5 p.m.) with the same car description back in November.
Women are urged to be extra cautious while jogging in the area, and to carry a cell phone so they can call for help if need be.