Radnor police are investigating reports of suspicious activity after students reported seeing two men twice this week outside of their school.
According to police, the first incident was reported Monday in the area of St. Katharine of Sienna School on Aberdeen Avenue. Police say a student reported seeing a van parked on Midland Avenue near the school parking lot.
The student reported seeing a man in his 20s with light brown spiked hair taking pictures of the children using a smart phone, police said.
Investigators describe the vehicle as a white van, possibly an older model Ford Econoline with a large dent down the middle of the passenger side.
Police say the second incident was reported Thursday morning when a 7-year-old student reported seeing a light blue work van parked across the street from the same school yard. The student said they saw a man in the driver's seat wearing a black ski mask who was staring at the children, police said.
In both cases, police say the vehicles left the area.
If you have any information that might help police, you're asked to call 610-688-0503.
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