Ok, so I was laying in my bed listening to music and I stood up to pick up my room and I looked out my window to my left and saw someone sitting in their car across the street looking at me. When they saw I noticed them they drove away looking at their phone as if they were accidentally there or something. Which there is no way since I live on the outskirts of town in a country area.
If it's who I thought it was I have known him for over a year and we have casually been intimate. Nothing more ever came of this '"relationship" and I'm wondering what would give him the urge to watch me through my window?
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Basically my answer is agreeing with the other answers so far. It might be nothing but its better to be safe than sorry. Make sure your doors are locked (even when you are home) and your windows are shut/locked. Also be more watchful of your surroundings and if this happens again report it. That was a good idea to take a picture if you can.
I've had these creeps who live a couple streets away break into our home. Everyone knows they're up to no good and they would watch the houses pretending to do things like walk their dog. While "walking their dog" they would stop at houses where no one was home and look behind fences and windows to see hat was there. They also have stolen a lot but there was never proof and they always put the stolen things somewhere else. So when searched the items were never found. Anyway back on topic...They waited until my fiance and family weren't home and broke into the house when I was home alone.
Its just not worth the risk of something happening to you or anyone in your family. If it was someone you know, maybe confront them the next time you see them in public or when you are around other people who are with you.0