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FIRST ON FOX: Missing Radnor Teen Located In Washington DC

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Police say Savanna Marie MacMullett, 13, was found exiting a bus in Washington D.C. Tuesday night. Police say Savanna Marie MacMullett, 13, was found exiting a bus in Washington D.C. Tuesday night.
Police say the man on the right, 20-year-old Ashley Ryan Hareford, may have met MacMullett online. Police say the man on the right, 20-year-old Ashley Ryan Hareford, may have met MacMullett online.
RADNOR, Pa. -

The 13-year-old Radnor Township girl that was reported missing was located exiting a bus in Washington D.C. Tuesday night.

FOX 29's Dave Schratwieser reports that probation and parole agents worked with U.S. Marshals, who were able to quickly take action in Washington D.C. after the two were spotted around 30th Street Station.

Police say Savannah Marie MacMullett was found with 20-year-old Ashley Ryan Hareford of Virginia.

Schratwieser reports the two were headed to Virginia, where Hareford lives.

Investigators believe the two may have met online.

FOX 29's Shawnette Wilson reports that investigators did not consider this case to be an abduction, as they believed the 13-year-old left on her own will.

On Sunday, police say Hareford was seen outside of MacMullett's home. Police say they questioned him but had no reason to take him into custody.

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