A man who was captured on camera attacking a woman pushing a stroller in the area of 21st Street and Locust Avenue Thursday. Photo courtesy of the Long Beach Police Department.

Long Beach police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man they say attacked two people in two separate instances in the city’s Wrigley neighborhood Thursday, including a woman pushing a child in a stroller.

The woman was pushing the stroller near 21st Street and Locust Avenue when a man walked up behind her and struck her with an object, two videos posted on YouTube Friday morning showed.

Footage shows the man fleeing on foot after hitting the woman, who is seen running in the opposite direction while screaming and touching her head.

Police said the attack happened just before 9:50 p.m. and that the child was not injured. The extent of the woman’s injuries were not immediately known.

Nearly three hours later, the same man used an unknown object to strike another person walking by him, according to police; they did not say whether that person was injured in the attack.

Police said Friday that they have increased patrols in the area while they look for the man.

The suspect has been described by police as a male Hispanic in his mid 20s between 5 feet, 5 inches tall to 5 feet, 7 inches tall. He has a peach fuzz mustache and was seen wearing a white hat with a black hooded sweater over a turquoise sweater, blue pants, and white and black tennis shoes, according to authorities.

Anyone with more information is asked to contact LBPD detectives at 562-570-7250.