FONTANA, CA (KCAL/KCBS/CNN) - A neighborhood is shaken after a naked man sneaked into a teenage girl's room.
The suspect was caught, but authorities said this serves a reminder for kids to be careful on social media.
Police said the man climbed over a back fence from a walkway and got into the house through an unlocked door. But they don't think this was a random break-in.
When they arrested 21-year-old Jonathan Ward at his home just a few miles away, they said he admitted to stalking the 13-year-old and other girls.
People in the neighborhood are on edge.
"That's not right. That's not right at all," neighbor Lori Lopez said.
"It scares you. It's an invasion, it's an invasion of your privacy. You don't know," said neighbor Kathy Scaletta.
"The suspect actually targeted a local dance studio in the Inland Empire, and then he began following Instagram photos and social media photos of some of the victims," said officer Jay Sayegh.
Police say that's how he figured out where this girl lived.
They also think he's been in her home before. He was caught on security cameras inside.
"It appeared that he was familiar with the residence," Sayegh said. "He knew exactly where the camera was. He looked at the camera, put his finger to his mouth and did a 'shhh.'"
Police said Ward was investigated for a similar crime in 2017, so they're asking anyone who recognizes him to come forward.
In the meantime, they're reminding parents to talk to their kids about the dangers of social media.
"Make sure that your children are being smart, they're being safe on the internet, not having their accounts open to the public where anyone can view them," Sayegh said.
Ward is expected to appear in court on Wednesday.