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FBI looking for 2 men who may have info on child porn investigation

12:27 AM, Feb 20, 2013   |    comments
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The FBI is asking for help in locating two men that may help them track down details about a young victim in an ongoing sexual exploitation investigation.

The images of the child were first discovered in February 2003 and are still being circulated on child pornography websites.

Two men are believed to be connected with the child in the images, and a yellow t-shirt with the words "New Market Basketball" may be a clue to their location.  There is a New Market Elementary School in Jefferson County, though investigators have no way of knowing if it is connected to the t-shirt.  There are New Market towns and schools across the country.

Also visible in some of the images is a home with what appears to be yellow siding and an above-ground swimming pool. If recognized, these items could lead to the demographic location of the abused child.

"We don't know if the investigation will be here in Tennessee, or anywhere else at this point," said FBI Supervisory Special Agent Marshall Stone. He explains this phase of the investigation comes after officials have already pursued every known lead.

"They exhaust the normal investigative steps that we would do in any type of investigation, and we start thinking, what can we do?"

The first man, listed as John Doe 23, is described as a white male, likely between the ages of 25 and 35, with dark hair and glasses.

The second man, John Doe 24, is described as a white male, likely between the ages of 35 and 45, with dark hair.

The FBI is seeking to locate these individuals because it appears they have been in contact with the victim and can assist with identifying and locating the child. No charges have been filed against these men.

"The smallest piece of information can help, so we don't want people to overlook anything," Stone said.

Anyone with information should contact their local FBI office, submit a tip online at https://tips.fbi.gov/, or call the FBI's toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

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