FBI Releases Images Of Suspected Child Abuser - FOX 13 News

FBI Releases Images Of Suspected Child Abuser

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The FBI is asking the public for help in identifying the child predator known only as John Doe 28. The FBI is asking the public for help in identifying the child predator known only as John Doe 28.

The FBI wants your help to find a man suspected of sexually exploiting a child.

They've released these pictures of the man, who is known only as "John Doe 28."

Investigators say they have found images and video of the man sexually abusing a boy dating back to November of 2012.

Right now, the FBI says in a news release that the bureau doesn't have any clues to connect the man to a particular state or region.

If you recognize this man or have any information that can help, contact authorities.

MORE INFO: http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2014/april/child-predator-help-us-identify-john-doe-28/child-predator-help-us-identify-john-doe-28

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