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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Customs is warning people dealing in sexual images of children ... they will be caught

    Customs is warning people dealing in sexual images of children ... they will be caught


    This comes after a 44-year old man and a 26-year-old man were arrested in relation to separate child sexual abuse images.

    Customs Operation Manager of Investigations - Stephen Waugh - says the arrests should serve as a warning that child sexual exploitation is a serious crime, and that Customs will act.

    Waugh says every time child sexual abuse images or videos are shared online - it further victimises the children.

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