CHEWELAH, Wash. — The Stevens County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man accused of stalking a female jogger in the Chewelah area.

Grey Femling, 20, was arrested and booked into jail earlier in June. Now deputies suspect there could be other victims and are asking them to come forward.

According to Stevens County investigators, Femling stalked a woman over a period of months.

"We received a report from the victim that this guy had stalked her on multiple occasions and so we launched an investigation," said Stevens County Sheriff Brad Manke.

After looking into Femling's background, deputies believe this isn't his first time. There are reports of him stalking others outside of Stevens County. Investigators have not released many details, since the investigation is ongoing, but they are asking any possible victims of Femling to contact them.

"We don't feel this is an isolated incident," said Manke. "We'd like to see If anybody else in the Chewelah area experienced similar stalking behavior from him."

The sheriff said they take these types of cases seriously.

"Some stalkers are target specific ][people]. They are stalking a single person for a reason, but some stalkers do display a pattern of behavior with multiple victims that may be strangers," said Manke.

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