A secret admirer's notes posted on several trees along a Campbell River trail intended for a female dog-walker have prompted the British Columbia RCMP to issue a warning.
RCMP Sergeant Troy Beauregard tells CBC News that while the notes aren’t threatening, the wording "is of some concern."
"We just want people to be vigilant on the trails — beware of your personal safety."
The notes are directed at a young woman and describe how the author had been watching her and her dogs from a distance for some time.
"I see you nearly every lunch hour of mine in here," reads one long typed note. "Everytime [sic] that I see you coming, I want to approach you."
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It continues, "I slipped up and almost came out to say hello, but thought better of it. I was too close and you could smell my cologne. I was close enough to hear you ask your friend if she smelt cologne and I watched you stop and smell the air."
It gets creepier:
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