The following information is from incident reported provided by the Radnor Township Police Department. Contact the department if you have any information on the following reported crimes.
- A woman reports being assaulted at the R-100 station on King of Prussia Road in Radnor at about 10 a.m. on Jan. 18.
- Multiple cars in the Main Line Land Rover dealership on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne were entered and damaged during the night of Jan. 14. Items stolen from the cars include lifting jacks and a tire.
- A Villanova University student reports that his laptop computer was stolen out of the desk in his dorm room during winter break.
- A Micro Center employee reports that a man bought something at the St. Davids store with a counterfeit $10 bill. He said he knew the bill was counterfeit when he took it, but did not detain the customers because it was only $10. He notified his manager and the police as soon as the man left the store.
- A woman reported an incident of indecent exposure on North Aberdeen Ave. near Lancaster Ave. at about 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 16. According to the police report, a man in a light tan, older model mini van pulled along side of her, stopped and rolled down a window. The only description of the man, who was acting indecently, given in the police report was a Hispanic man with “scruffy facial hair.”
- A resident of Summit Dr. in Bryn Mawr reported that jewelry has gone missing from her home, including a Cartier sterling silver watch valued at $1,425.
- A house for sale on South Ithan Ave. in Rosemont was entered by force sometime in January, the property owner reports. According to police, there were signs that the rear door had been pried open. Nothing was missing from the house.