BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton police have charged Aysar Aktimur with stalking a 15 year old girl who is a student in West Palm Beach. In the disturbing details, just released by police, Aktimur allegedly attempted to give the young girl a gift after watching her at an area tri-rail station. Here’s the rundown:
“The 15 year old victim, who is a student in West Palm Beach, told officers that every morning she takes the Tri-Rail to school. Around Halloween the victim noticed a male on the southbound platform, later identified as Aysar Aktimur, staring at her while she waited for the train. This happened for several days before Aktimur began smiling at her and when she moved, he would follow her. Several days later Aktimur began following her when she walked to the nearby Starbucks. The victim said that about two weeks ago, Aktimur started standing on the northbound platform and would stand very close to her until she moved away. Several days later the victim saw Aktimur on the Tri-Rail platform in West Palm Beach. Aktimur followed the victim onto the train and sat in the same car. Aktimur stared at the victim then followed her when she got off the train in Boca Raton.
On November 18, Aktimur approached the victim on the Tri-Rail platform and tried to give her a small silver object and said, “Take it, you won’t regret it.” The victim refused to take it and immediately reported the incident to a security guard on the train and to School District Police officers.
Officers conducted extensive surveillance at the Boca Raton Tri-Rail Station and on December 6, detectives made contact with Aktimur at his residence. After originally denying that he spoke with any underage females, he admitted he “behaved more relaxed than he should have.” Aktimur admitted to staring at the victim, following her, and trying to give her a computer thumb drive. Aktimur gave detectives the thumb drive, which he said contained the second act of Giselle. Aktimur told detectives his attraction to the victim stemmed from his own unfulfilled musical aspirations.
Detectives arrested Aktimur and charged him with aggravated stalking of a person under 16 years of age. If anyone has information about this case or any similar circumstances involving this suspect, please contact Detective Scott Hanley at (561) 338-1344. “
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