Charlotte FBI detectives are seeking help in identifying two men who may have information about a child victim of sexual exploitation.
Detectives think the men, whose identities and whereabouts are unknown, have been in contact with the victim in the case and can help them with “identification efforts,” according to an FBI news release.
The first man is described as white, likely between the ages of 25 and 35, with dark hair and glasses. The second man is also described as white, likely between the ages of 35 and 45, and also with dark hair.
Clues gathered from images relevant to the case – including a yellow t-shirt containing the outline of a basketball along with the words “New Market Basketball” – have led detectives to think the men may have connections to one of the following facilities and/or areas:
• New Market, North Carolina
• New Market, Iowa
• New Market Elementary School, Indiana
• New Market Elementary School, Maryland
• East New Market, Maryland
• New Market, Virginia
• New Market Sports Camp, Virginia
• New Market Elementary School, Alabama
• New Market Elementary School, Tennessee
• New Market Township, Minnesota
• New Market Township, Ohio
Also visible in some of the images is a home with what appears to be yellow siding and an above-ground swimming pool. The FBI said these items could also assist in helping it find the whereabouts of the abused child. leading to the demographic location of the abused child.
Anyone with information to provide should contact the Charlotte FBI office at 704-672-6100, submit a tip online at https://tips.fbi.gov/ , or call the FBI’s toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI.
Steele: 704-358-5067 on Twitter: @steelecs
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