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Tuesday, 09 October 2007 10:40

INTERPOL appeals to public

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Help identify a sexual predator

 

INTERPOL, the world’s largest International Police force is making an impassioned plea to find out if anyone has seen, met or knows of this man seen in these photographs.

The original photographs were digitally altered to disguise his face and posted on the internet. The pictures allegedly show the man in sexual acts with young boys. The images have been restored from their altered state by the Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) in Germany working with INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Human Beings unit.

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'For years images of this man sexually abusing children have been circulating on the Internet. We have tried all other means to identify and to bring him to justice, but we are now convinced that without the public’s help this sexual predator could continue to rape and sexually abuse young children whose ages appear to range from six to early teens,' said INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble.

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