Thai police identify Interpol pedophile suspect

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October 16, 2007 06:19

 
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Thai police said Monday that a suspected pedophile wanted by police around the world was a 32-year-old Canadian who is believed to be in Thailand. "We believe he is still in Thailand and we are now collecting information from neighboring countries where he committed crimes of pedophilia so we can issue an arrest warrant for him," police Col. Apichart Suribunya told The Associated Press. Interpol, the International police organization, announced Monday that it had identified the suspected pedophile who was shown in hundreds of photos posted on the Internet sexually abusing young boys in Vietnam and Cambodia. The agency said the man was thought to be on the run in Thailand.

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