Mohmmad Jabour. (Courtesy of Fairfax City police.)

Updated, 6:08 p.m.

Fairfax City police said they have located Jabour’s family using information retrieved from his cell phone, but are still searching for the driver of the vehicle in the hit-and-run.

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Fairfax City police have identified a man critically injured in a hit-and-run Friday night as 33-year-old Mohammad Jabour, who has no fixed address.

A police spokesman said detectives have not been able to locate the man’s family or the driver of the vehicle, so they are reaching out to the public for help.

Jabour was walking on a Fairfax Boulevard sidewalk around 10:40 p.m. Friday, when an SUV traveling eastbound struck him and threw him more than 50 feet into a parked vehicle, police said. It’s unclear why the light-colored vehicle jumped the curb near Warwick Avenue and hit Jabour, police said.

The SUV then left the scene, continuing east on Fairfax Boulevard, police said. The vehicle should have damage to the front end, including the headlights, police said.

Jabour was transported to a local hospital, where he was admitted in critical condition, police said.

Anyone having information about this crash or the driver or vehicle involved is asked to contact City of Fairfax Police at 703-385-7924.