Vienna police responded to calls about a “suspicious man” asking for relationship advice following a recent breakup.
The first incident was reported last Friday (April 26) around 3:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of Fairway Drive, NE.
“Officers responded to the report of a suspicious man who was going to residents in the neighborhood seeking relationship advice,” the police report said.
A few days later on Monday (April 29), the man went to a spa at 120 Beulah Road, NE shortly before 7 p.m. and began asking for relationship advice, which made the spa employees feel uncomfortable, according to the report.
“As one of the employees began to call the police, the man ran from the business. Officers located the man who advised that he had recently gone through a relationship breakup and he was looking for advice,” the report said.
The Vienna Police Department confirmed to Tysons Reporter that it was the same man in both incidents.
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