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16 October 2007 :: 15:10:56 pm 40388

SUSPECTED PAEDOPHILE TRACED HIDING IN THAILAND

A paedophile accused of sexually abusing young children in internet pictures released by Interpol has been identified as an English language teacher who is now in Thailand.
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Bangkok — The Interpol case officer leading a global hunt for a man accused of raping boys in Cambodia and Vietnam on Tuesday urged the suspect to turn himself in, warning there was “no place for him to hide.”
Ronald Noble, Interpol’s secretary general, said: “Thailand is at the centre of an international manhunt.”

More than 350 people contacted Interpol after a plea to help identify the wanted man.

“I would like to take this opportunity to ask him to hand himself in to deal with this matter” case officer Mick Moran told Agence France-Presse.

“He is now internationally known. Really, there is no place for him to hide” the Irishman added.

Moran would not confirm the suspect’s identity, but earlier Thai police and the international police agency had named him as Christopher Paul Neil, a 32-year-old Canadian accused of posting pictures online of himself raping boys.

Officials said the suspect arrived at Bangkok’s main airport last Thursday, when he was photographed by security cameras.

“We are confident that we can track him down. Interpol’s network is very large. I have no doubt that we will find him — maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but definitely we will find him” Moran said.

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Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Crime News

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