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Police believe same man involved in two suspicious person incidents near Manassas

Suspicious Person Incidents – On Jan. 2, 2019, officers responded to investigate two suspicious person calls involving a man who is believed to be involved in both incidents.

The incidents were reported in the area of Nokesville Rd in Manassas (20109) with the first encounter occurring around 2:20PM when an unknown man approached a 17-year-old female as she was getting out of her vehicle in front of the Target located at 9900 Sowder Village Sq. During the encounter, the male told the female that he needed help programing a GPS device then asked her to get into his vehicle. The man drove away when two citizens confronted the man and told him to leave after the victim refused.

The second encounter occurred around 8:40PM outside of the McDonalds located at 9900 Pennsylvania Ave. A 20-year-old woman reported to police that a man matching the same description parked behind her as she was sitting in her vehicle outside of the McDonalds. The man approached the woman and told her to get out the car. When the woman refused, the man told the woman that his phone did not work and he needed her to get inside of his vehicle and program his GPS. When the victim refused again, the man drove away without any further interaction with the woman. Officers searched the area for the man who was not located.

No physical contact was made between the man and the two victims. There is no video surveillance available. The investigation continues.

Suspect Description:
A middle-aged white male, approximately 5’10”, with a medium complexion, thick accent, bald, mustache, with numerous tattoos on both arms. Last seen wearing a black shirt, black apron, and unknown color pants.

Suspect Vehicle Description:
An older looking white or silver vehicle, possibly a van

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