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A Snapchatter is actively sought. He is suspected of having incited a 13-year-old girl to take nude and obscene photos and videos of her before sending them to her. The Family Protection Brigade and the Child Development Unit took over the case. The arrest of the suspect will not take long.

A user of the Snapchat application is actively wanted by the Family Protection Brigade (BPF) of the Northern Division. He is accused of child pornography. He is suspected of having incited a 13-year-old girl to make nude and obscene videos of her before sending them to her. The police are trying to identify the suspect, who is believed to be a young man, thanks to the exchanges he had with the girl on Snapchat.

It was on the afternoon of Monday May 13, 2024 that she revealed everything to the police and the BPF, in the presence of her grandmother. An investigation was then opened. According to the first elements collected, the girl sent two clips as well as several naked photos of herself to this so-called “friend” on Snapchat in March 2024.

To do this, she used her mother's cell phone. She also used it to contact the suspect. The police requisitioned this phone for the purposes of investigations.

In her complaint, the girl said she became friends with Yash (first name changed) on Snapchat last March. They started exchanging messages, then photos and videos. In her account to police, she indicates that in April, during a conversation on the application, he asked her for nude photos of her. She then sent him obscene clips. She adds that he also asked for naked photos of her. She complied. In return, Yash sent him a pornographic clip of himself. A week later, he came back to her to ask for new videos. She says she accepted. She sent him three racy clips that she made on her mother's cell phone. After filing her complaint on Monday, the minor was hospitalized. She will be examined by a police doctor for the purposes of the investigation. The Child Development Unit has been alerted. The arrest of the suspect will not take long, according to sources close to the police.

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