MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Residents at a downtown Memphis apartment complex are on high alert after police say a woman was stabbed multiple times while getting groceries out of her car earlier this week.

WREG spoke with several women who said this is just too close for comfort. These women are terrified because the man responsible for this stabbing is still on the loose. Now, there is new video has surfaced of a possible prowler, suggesting he might be stalking his victim.

The video appears to show a man dressed in all black holding a shiny object by his side standing between units at the Crescent Bluff Apartments in downtown Memphis this morning around midnight.

Behind him, the window to the bedroom where Jamaria Price said her two daughters sleep.

“My anxiety is through the roof right now. So, I think I’m going to let my kids sleep from now on until I move,” Price said.

The scare came just days after a woman was stabbed multiple times at the complex Monday night.

According to police, the woman said an unknown man was standing around while she was unloading groceries. As she made a second trip, she says the man followed her up the stairs and attacked her.

“Everybody saying over there she was like, ‘Help me…Help me. He trying to get me,'” Price said.

Officers say the man stabbed her with a sharp object in the face, shoulder and hand. They said he tried to “get control of her” before deciding to leave, getting away in a white van.

“I seen her get in the ambulance with like a patch on her face and they was telling her to put pressure on it,” Price said.

Price believes it could be the same man outside her children’s window so she put an alert on social media.

“I posted it because our apartment ain’t put nothing on the door. It’s just an open apartment. The gate is always broken we have several break-ins,” Price said.

19-year-old Chiquita Clark a nursing student is also on edge. She called MPD after a man posing as a police officer came to her door.

“He didn’t have on police gear a radio or anything and he was grabbing on my doorknob so that was really scary for me,” Clark said.

She and many others here want to see the gates closed and better security measures in place.

“I have to carry a knife outside my door and I have to look both ways…all around. Like, I shouldn’t have to live like that,” Clark said.

WREG did try to talk with property managers but the leasing officer was closed today. WREG also tried to call and reach out via email but have yet to hear back.

In the meantime, the assailant is still at large.

If you know anything about this incident, you are urged to call CrimeStoppers at 901-528-CASH.