Police Seek Info On Photos In Sexual Abuse Case
March 30, 2011
An aggressive attempt is continuing by law enforcement to identify a daycare facility attended by a female child believed to have been sexually abused.
On December 14 of last year, the Pensacola Police Department received a report from the Loaves and Fishes Thrift Store on North Palafox Street that a digital camera containing a disk with a photo of a female child possibly being sexually abused had been left as a donation.
Also on the disk were pictures of children in a daycare setting participating in what is believed to have been a Christmas program in 2006. The daycare center does not appear to be directly related to any sexual abuse.
As a result of the disk, Detective Chris Wilkinson has visited dozens of area daycare facilities in schools, churches and stand-alone businesses and interviewed numerous people, but has been unable to identify any of the children included in photos.
Wilkinson said the children included in the photos may have attended the same facility.
Anyone having information or who believes they might be able to identify the facility is asked to contact Wilkinson at (850) 435-1965.
Pictures: Photos from a camera donated to a Pensacola Thrift Store. Police believe another photo from the camera shows a female child possible being sexually abused. Submitted photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.