By Brad Segall

WAYNE, Pa. (CBS) — The Radnor Police Department has released a sketch of a man they want to talk to in connection with a suspicious incident outside a school in Wayne (Delaware County) last week.

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Police say they’ve received numerous phone calls from residents after releasing information about the incident on Monday, April 8th, outside St. Katharine of Siena School, on Aberdeen Avenue.

A 10-year-old student reported a white van, possibly an older model Ford Econoline, with a man inside taking pictures of students with a smartphone.

Radnor police lieutenant Andy Block says the student was able to give police a pretty good description:

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“He’s described as a white male, mid twenties, with light brown spiked-type hair, wearing black squared-oval sunglasses.  And he had a white sleeveless shirt on at the time of the incident.”

On Thursday, police say, another student told them he saw a blue van with a man inside wearing a ski mask looking at children.  Police don’t know if the two incidents are related.

Block says a blue van was also spotted recently outside a school in Tredyffrin, just a couple of miles away from Radnor.

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