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Attempted kidnapping suspect in Cherry Hill possibly linked to incident in Bala Cynwyd

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. - A man accused in an attempted kidnapping and assault in Cherry Hill is possibly linked to an incident in Bala Cynwyd.Lower Merion police say the man tried to kidnap a woman at the Royal Athena Apartments on Righters Ferry Road in early November.According to Cherry Hill police,  it's believed to be the same man involved in a robbery and attempted kidnapping at a condo complex there last month.Police say in both incidents, the man approached a female victim by starting a friendly conversation before turning violent.The first incident happened Nov. 14 on Pacer Court around 7:30 p.m.

The suspect began talking to a woman and suddenly kicked her to the ground, according to police. The victim's screams reportedly caused

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. - A man accused in an attempted kidnapping and assault in Cherry Hill is possibly linked to an incident in Bala Cynwyd.Lower Merion police say the man tried to kidnap a woman at the Royal Athena Apartments on Righters Ferry Road in early November.According to Cherry Hill police,  it's believed to be the same man involved in a robbery and attempted kidnapping at a condo complex there last month.Police say in both incidents, the man approached a female victim by starting a friendly conversation before turning violent.The first incident happened Nov. 14 on Pacer Court around 7:30 p.m.
DELAWARE COUNTY, Pa. - Residents in Delaware County have been flocking to a mobile drive-thru coronavirus site.John Brittingham, of Wallingford, says he was exposed to someone with COVID-19 right before Thanksgiving, so he's taking advantage of a new mobile drive-thru testing lab in the parking lot of the Springfield Mall.It's called "15 to Know" and the results are texted to you in 15 minutes."Just want to make sure I'm in the clear. Just so I don't give it to anyone else, so hopefully in 14 minutes we'll find out," he said.In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, there were hours-long waits just about everywhere and delayed results.

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