Update: The man involved in the bus stop incident has come forward.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Washington County Sheriff’s office is alerting the public about two incidents that happened at or near Lake Elmo Elementary School.

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They want help identifying a man who staff say came to the school early Wednesday evening and asked for a child by name in the after-school program.

Staff told authorities the man left the school on foot after he was told he needed to talk to school administrators before the child could leave.

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The man is described as white and middle-aged, standing about 5-feet-10-inches tall, with oily, unkempt, white shoulder-length hair.

The second incident was Friday just after 9 a.m., when the sheriff’s office was tipped off about a man who approached a child at a bus stop in the area of Marquess Trail.

The driver is described as being a white man with dark hair, who was in a vehicle similar to a silver Toyota Camry.

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Anyone with information on these incidents, or who sees something suspicious, is asked to call the sheriff’s office tip line at 651-430-7850, or 911.