FAIRFAX, Va. (WUSA9) -- Police are looking for a man who allegedly approached a girl on two occasions while waiting on her ride to school in the Fairfax area.

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The most recent incident happened on Monday around 8:15 a.m. in the 10500 block of Cedar Avenue when the girl was waiting for her ride to school. Fairfax police said the girl reported that the man approached her with an unknown object in his hand. She threw a lawn chair at the man and ran to her home. He fled on foot. Police were unable to find the man.

The second incident happened on October 13 at her bus stop located at Cedar Avenue and Chain Bridge Road. Police said the man allegedly spoke to her before she got on the bus. The girl was not hurt.

According to authorities the man is described as white and his fifties or sixties. He is heavy set, with a gray beard and wearing all black clothing.

Anyone having any information regarding these incidents or the identity of the male subject is asked to call City of Fairfax Police at (703) 385-7924. Media Contact: Sergeant Shawn Sutherland, Public Information Office (703)273-2889 or police.information@fairfaxva.gov For additional information on recent events or daily crime reports, please visit the Police Department’s Facebook and Twitter@FairfaxCityPD pages.