The incident happened at about 7:45 p.m. at King of Prussia Road and Pine Tree Road.
The man is always seen in a work van, possibly white or light blue in color.
As a Radnor family recovers following Monday night’s rare armed carjacking and robbery after purchasing several thousand dollars worth of merchandise from a Lancaster Avenue computer store, Radnor Police say they are following up on a number of tip calls they received.
Radnor Police say an armed man stole a vehicle with three people inside, including an 8-month-old boy.
Radnor Township Police say two strange incidents are causing concerns near St. Katharine of Siena Elementary School in the Wayne Section of Radnor Township.
RADNOR Twp., Pa. (CBS) – Radnor Township Police have made an arrest in the bomb threat made at Cabrini College on Sunday. Police say 18-year-old Daniel Bowden, a Cabrini College student, is charged with two […]
One by one teachers at Herbert Hoover Elementary School read off the names of the children and staff killed in Newtown.
Radnor police say within the next 24 hours they should know for sure if private and possibly explicit images were sent to others from a Radnor High School student’s cell phone.
A parking ticket at Cowan’s Flower Shop led police to a car full of evidence in a detailed kidnapping plot in Radnor Township. Police say they found a set of tasers to subdue victims, and surveillance equipment for picking targets, and much more.
A tractor trailer fire in Delaware County Friday afternoon shut down part of Interstate 476 southbound for hours.
Police executed a search warrant at a home in Radnor Township where a 17-year-old girl claims she was sexually assaulted.
Police in Delaware County are searching for a suspect who robbed a bank Tuesday afternoon.
Radnor Township police have announced the arrest of a local teacher who allegedly punched a student.
For the second time in a week, there have been charges that someone at a main line facility has had improper sexual contact with someone under their care and supervision
Thirty-year-old Symantha Hicks of Horsham, Pa., was fired by Valley Forge Military Academy last month after three 17-year-old cadets alleged she gave them alcohol. Now, a cadet says she made sexual advances to him.