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Savanna MacMullett: Radnor girl found unharmed in D.C.

Authorities found the girl at a bus station in Washington, D.C. with a 20-year-old man she met online.

A 13-year-old Radnor girl who was reported missing Tuesday was found unharmed late Tuesday night at a bus station in Washington, D.C., with a 20-year-old man she allegedly met online.

U.S. Marshals found Savanna MacMullett and Ashley Ryan Hareford as they unloaded from a Megabus coach in D.C. around 7 p.m. after receiving an anonymous tip, according to 6ABC. Radnor police had put out a missing persons advisory for MacMullett earlier in the day after she was last seen by her parents 4 p.m. Monday.

Authorities and MacMullett's family suspected she might be with Hareford, who police said she met through a website. Hareford was taken into police custody and was expected to be charged with corruption of minors.

According to the report, Radnor police stopped Hareford Sunday outside the girl's home because he appeared suspicious, but he was released.

 
 
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