SUNRISE, FLA. (WSVN) - Ring camera footage from March shows, what police said, is an unidentified man following a woman in broad daylight and entering her apartment in Sunrise.

The woman, who had been running errands, proceeded to scream and made a lot of commotion, which lead the man to flee.

“I really think that was God with me because I don’t know how I screamed,” Darline Defranc said.

But, according to police, the suspect returned the next day and exposed himself to another woman.

Sabrina Morris was quick to snap a photo of the man.

“When he walked in front of me, I told him I wasn’t going out like that,” Morris said.

Morris said she recognized the man as someone who hangs around the area, and said she has no interest in whatever he was offering.

“So I’m like, ‘Uhhh I don’t know like, hey, how are you doing? Not today,'” Morris said.

Defranc is still frighten after the counter.

“All I do is cry and ask myself, ‘If I didn’t scream, what was going to happen?'” she said.

Sunrise Police said other crimes occurred at around the same time by possibly the same man who exposed himself to people in the area.

“When you’re walking over from your car into your apartment or home, make sure you’re in well lit areas and pay attention to your surroundings,” Sunrise Police Officer Justin Yarborough said.

They are now searching for the suspect.

If you have any information on this individual, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.

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