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08 May 2008 :: 17:05:14 pm 29800

Report Mystery Paedophile If You See Him At Large In Pattaya

After pictures circulating on the Internet, taken approximately 7 years ago, of an individual molesting children for more than two years, the mystery paedophile currently being hunted by Interpol is still at large May 8, 2008 without having been identified.
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As he is suspected to have been resident in Southeast Asia from the photos, according to Interpol, it is very likely that he may still be in the vicinity and as many such individuals seem to home in on Pattaya, he could well be sitting right next to you on the adjacent bar stool, at this very moment.

Canadians appear to have an interest in this case because another mystery paedophile, recently identified as former Canadian teacher, Christopher Paul Neil, is now languishing in custody in Bangkok.

We have reproduced this article from the Edmonton Sun by Renato Gandia.

The public should keep an eye out for a suspected paedophile whose photo was released by Interpol yesterday as part of a two-year international investigation, say cops.

“None of us in the police community know who this person is. That’s why we’re asking for help from the public,” said Staff Sgt. Howard Kunce of the Integrated Child Exploitation (ICE) unit.

The man, whose name, nationality and location are unknown, is seen exploiting children in approximately 100 images in a series of about 800 that are believed to have been taken in Southeast Asia, said Interpol in a news release.

“The law enforcement community around the world has done all it can to find this man, who clearly presents a danger to young children, and we are now asking the public to help identify this predator and protect other potential victims from abuse,” said Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble.

Should anyone encounter this man either in person or online, they should immediately contact the nearest police station, said Kunce.

The man’s picture was first discovered in Norway in March 2006. Interpol’s child exploitation unit at the General Secretariat in Lyon, France, circulated the images to its global network to try and identify the man.

A similar appeal was made last year that led to the arrest of a former Canadian teacher, Christopher Paul Neil, said Noble. Neil, who is now in a Bangkok jail facing child-abuse charges, used to teach in a school in B.C.

Interpol said it believes the photos released of this unidentified suspect were taken between April 2000 and May 2001. Anyone with information is asked to call or personally visit local police.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : World News

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