Authorities say two more separate incidents occurred on Monday at the Howell Walmart and Target where two women and their daughters, ages 8 and 12, were followed around the stores by Hohsfield while he made sexually explicit comments. According to a screenshot from ShoreNewsNetwork, a woman wrote on the Howell Happenings NJ Group Page that an "old man" continued to follow her, her mom and her young sister while they shopped in the same Target as the year-old. It is still a crime," said Finkelhor. Police were called on Friday to the Target store on Route 9 in Howell where a mother and her year-old daughter reported they were being followed by a man, later identified as Hohsfield, in the children's swimsuit section, police said. The investigators identified several behaviors that appear to make teens more likely to receive sexual contact from predators, including placing people they didn't know on their instant messaging buddy lists, talking about sex online with strangers, and engaging in rude or nasty chats online. The teens are often looking for attention, affection, excitement and romance. The data revealed almost 75 percent of victims who met sex offenders in person did so more than once. And a final report came on May 7, when a year-old girl said a man did the same thing to her while she was shopping in a Walmart, according to police. Hohsfield, 62, of Whiting Photo Courtesy: The girl's mother went up to a Target manager, who said they had received similar complaints about the alleged stalker in the past, the woman wrote, according to ShoreNewsNetwork. It wasn't long before cops started receiving similar reports, they say. Hohsfield, 62, of Whiting, pretended to be talking on his Bluetooth ear piece while making the vulgar comments and followed one mom and her daughter into a girl's swimsuit section of a store, police said. Instead, the sex offenders worked slowly, developing the trust of their young victims who felt these relationships were romances or sexual adventures. The woman wrote that she told her mom, who followed the man and noticed that he had moved on to stalking another mother and her child. The man would walk up to the woman's sister whenever her family stepped a few feet away, she wrote, but would stop and just smile at the girl whenever her sister or mom got close again.