Crime & Police Alerts

  1. Theft - 4/8/18 - The Gravity Vault on King of Prussia Rd

    Victim reports on 4/8/18 she had her wallet stolen from The Gravity Vault, 175 King of Prussia Rd. Residents are reminded to keep valuables secured at all times. Any information call Radnor Police or 911. Read On...
  2. Theft Attempt from Auto - Haviland Dr - 3/29/18

    The Radnor Police Dept is investigating reports of vehicles entered on Haviland Dr. During the early morning hrs of Thurs 3/29/18 someone entered the unlocked vehicles, however nothing appeared missing. Residents are advised to lock all vehicles. Read On...
  3. Crime Alert - Attempted Burglary - February 26, 2018

    The Radnor Township Police Department has issued a crime alert for an attempted burglary. Read On...
  4. CRIME ALERT-RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL BURGLARIES, THEFT FROM VEHICLE

    CRIME ALERT-RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL BURGLARIES, THEFT FROM VEHICLE Read On...
  5. Theft from Vehicle - January 19, 2018

    400 Blk. Midland Ave. Wayne – Theft Under $50 from Auto Victim reports a theft from a vehicle. Read On...
  6. Residential Burglary - No Force - Inverary Rd - Villanova

    Residential burglary occurred on or within the last nine days in the 400 block of Inveraray, Villanova section of Radnor Township. Any information please contact the Radnor Police Department’s Investigations Unit at 610-688-0503. Read On...
  7. Phone Scam - 1/11/18

    A Tredyffrin Twp resident reports an IRS phone scam. Called identified self as Mary Jones from the Radnor Police Department. She advised the resident that she owed the IRS money. Resident terminated the call and reported the incident to RTPD. Read On...
  8. Burglary - No Force - January 1, 2018

    01/01/18 – 100 block Rock Rose La. Radnor – Burglary No Force Victim reports a burglary discovered. Read On...
  9. THEFT FROM VEHICLES

    Theft from Vehicles- Longwood Drive Read On...
  10. Theft from Vehicles - Midland Av & Cambia Ct - 11/26/17

    Radnor Police are investigating reports of several unlocked vehicles entered during the overnight hours. RTPD advises to lock your vehicles at all times and call 9-1-1 with any information to these incidents or to report suspicious activities. Read On...
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