Police say a predator targeted a teenager working at a Brownstown ice cream stand.
He watched the teen for over an hour and then left an obscene note for her on a napkin.
Brownstown police confirm they are looking into the nasty note left for a 14-year-old girl Wednesday afternoon. Her mother wants the man who wrote it off the street.
"What would he have done if my daughter would have opened that door and she was standing there and it was him? You know, he could have grabbed her,” Pam Swiercz says. “Anything could have happened."
Swiercz often warns her employees to be on the lookout for danger. Wednesday, it literally came to the doorstep in the form of a note left on a napkin and stuck to the door. It was intended for Pam's 14-year-old daughter.
"It was this in depth, very graphic - I'm sorry, detailed of what this pervert wanted to do to my 14-year-old baby girl," is how Swiercz described the note.
It was left by a man in a car who was parked in the lot for over an hour.
Swiercz says the note identified her daughter by what she was wearing.
The man wrote that he was aroused just looking at the teenager and wanted to make pornographic movies with her.
And - get this - he left his phone number.
"The letter was so graphic of everything that he wanted to do to my little girl. She's 14! She's 14," Swiercz says,
Brownstown police confirm the nasty napkin note is under investigation. No charges have been filed.
Officers called the number and warned the man to stay away from Downriver Dairy.
Swiercz hopes going public will protect other children.
"I just want people to be aware of this man,” she says. “He needs to be locked up. He needs to be put behind bars before something actually has happened."
Pam tracked down the man who left the note. He's a white male in his 50s or 60s. We're not identifying him because he has not been charged.
We've learned the prosecutor is also involved in the investigation.