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Internet Crimes Against Children Investigation Concludes

MISSOULA -

 

The Missoula Police Department will hold a joint press conference to discuss a week-long investigation led by the Montana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

The MPD, the Missoula County Sheriff's Office, the Missoula County Attorney's Office and the Montana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Coordinator will be present to discuss the results of a multi-agency operation.


It's unknown if they are connected to the investigation, but the Missoula County jail roster shows there are six men in custody for sexual abuse of children, and one woman in for conspiracy to commit sexual abuse of children.

Details are limited at this time, but check back for updates after the press conference at 3:30 p.m.

 

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