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FBI Looking for Suspect in Child Predator Case
COLUMBUS (Kate Liebers) -- The FBI has launched a nationwide campaign to find the man who may have valuable information in an ongoing sexual exploitation case involving a child.
The man, whom the FBI refers to as John Doe 27, is believed to know details about the identity of the victim. He may have also been involved with child exploitation and the sexual abuse of a minor, according to an FBI release.
The man's current location is unknown, which is why the FBI is asking for help throughout the country.
From images found on the Internet, authorities believe this person is white, likely between the ages of 40 and 50 years old, with brown hair, graying sideburns and a bald spot.
He wears glasses and a ring on the ring finger of his right hand, according to the FBI.
Based on audio taken from video files associated with this individual, the man seems to speak with a southern accent and refers to himself as "Jimmy."
Additional images relevant to the investigation include a plaid chair and the inside of a residence, which may be recognized by someone who knows the subject or the victim, according to law enforcement.
Photos pertaining to this case can be viewed here: http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/ecap/unknown-individual-1/person_view_multimedia#images
Anyone with information is asked to contact a Crimes Against Children Investigator at a local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. The Cincinnati FBI office can be reached at 513-421-4310.