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Thank you for that additional information, that will be helpfull in allowing me to advise you today. From the account you have given, this could certainly appear to be harassment and therefore illegal.
Yes, he should contact the police and report the matter as a case of harassment. Make sure he obtains a crime reference number. If the police are unable to act, he can then possibly look at a civil matter. He could issue the other person with a formal cease and desist letter, ordering them to stop what they are doing, otherwise a court injunction would be sought without further notification.
But the first thing to do is report the harassment to the police. He can either attend a local station in person or call 101.