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South Bruce child luring investigation leads to arrest of Peterborough resident

A photo of an OPP logo (file). A photo of an OPP logo (file).

Provincial police have charged a 29-year-old Peterborough resident after a child pornography investigation in Huron-Kinloss Township.

South Bruce OPP received information about a person allegedly using a social media website asking a teenage girl for a sexually graphic picture.

The suspect was arrested Wednesday.

The accused is charged with possession of child pornography and three counts of luring a person under 16.

Their name is not being released because of a court-ordered publication ban. Top Stories

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