Authorities are warning residents after what some call an “infestation of child predators” surfacing in several townships in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, yc.news has learned. A Radnor woman and her young daughter are the most recent victims in a string of luring attempts throughout the area.
According to authorities, the woman was biking with her young daughter in Wayne’s Odorisio Park when she confronted a creep for staring at her daughter.
When confronted, the twisted man entered a white Jeep Cherokee and fastened his seatbelt as if he were about to leave. He instead stayed in his car and continued to stare at the young girl. Radnor police are investigating the incident.
“It’s like a serious infestation of predators,” a concerned Haverford resident told yc.news. “It’s scary that so many reports of potential abductions are circulating.”
The woman noted she is proud of the swift police action taken thus far.
“It’s great to see sketches of these sickos circulated. The police have always been very vigilant when it comes to our children.”
As we previously reported, on Sept. 28 an 8-year-old girl was returning home from Cardinal John Foley School in Haverford Township when she was allegedly approached by a prowler at Overbrook Terrace and West Hathaway Lane.
The man asked the girl if she needed a ride.
The brave girl declined and rushed to a neighbor’s home, who alerted authorities immediately.
The second most recent incident unfolded in Haverford Township on Sept. 16 when a 14-year-old boy was allegedly approached by a man in a black sedan.
The perverted man instructed the boy to “hop in,” according to reports. The boy’s father was nearby and, when he approached, the man fled the scene.
On Aug. 25, three young boys under the age of 11 were followed by a man driving a dark van after leaving Saint Bernadette’s School in Upper Darby.