Transcript for Town Hall Meeting Addresses Alleged Stalker Scaring NJ Family Away From Their New Home
Now to that bizarre dispute in New Jersey. A family claiming a stalker is targeting their home sending them creepy threatening letters. Local officials are now weighing in and ABC's Reena ninan has the latest. Reporter: This morning, it's a case so bizarre and upsetting to this tight-knit upscale community the mayor speaking out overnight about a family who says a man is stalking their new dream home. The homeowners received what could only be classified as disturbing letters shortly after closing on their house purchase. Reporter: The family so afraid they don't want their names released. They say disturbing letters from someone calling himself the watcher were may mailed to them just days after they bought the $1.3 million home last June. With three kids they won't move in. Over a year ago our police department conducted an exhaustive investigation such efforts have not, however, yielded information leading to charges being filed. Reporter: The family says the letters include messages like these, "All of the windows and doors allow me to watch you and track you as you move through the house" and I "I watch and wait for the day the young blood will be mine again." The family filed a lawsuit against the previous owners claiming this he received at least one letter before they sold the house and never told them about it. Residents who know the family don't blame them for not moving in. The people are alarmed to see something like this. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York.
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