PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) - Pensacola police released images of a
home and a day care center in efforts to find a sexually abused girl.
The Panhandle police department released the images Tuesday
after searching for the girl for more than three months.
Detectives began looking for her after volunteers at a local thrift store found graphic images on a donated camera of the girl being sexually abused. They say the photographs were likely taken around 2006 somewhere in the southeastern United States. It appears the girl was around 4 years old when the photos of her being abused were taken.
Detectives have posted some photos from the camera of home
furnishings and what appears to be a day care center on the police
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