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Charges Filed After 13-Year-Old Radnor Girl's Disappearance

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A man now faces charges after police say he was caught in Washington, D.C., last week with a missing 13-year-old Radnor Township girl.

FOX 29's Chris O'Connell reports Ashley Hareford, 20, has been charged in Delaware County with sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault and other related charges.

Police say Hareford was with the 13-year-old when the two were located exiting a bus Tuesday at Washington's Penn Station.

Investigators said the two were headed to Grottoes, Va., where Hareford lives.

Police say the two met online.

Hareford already faced allegations related to another underage girl in this area, police had stated during the search.

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