Western Wisconsin (WQOW) - Tips are coming in from western Wisconsin, but so far, federal investigators have been unable to identify a teenager they feel could be in danger.
Earlier this week, Homeland Security Investigations released pictures of a teen wearing a Minnesota Twins t-shirt. HSI, which investigates cybercrime, says it doesn't know who the teen is, but knows enough about him to say that if he can be identified, multiple young people could be removed from a dangerous environment.
Investigators believe he's anywhere from 13 to 19 years old and is in Minnesota or western Wisconsin, or has been recently. They say they've had several leads since they went public with this on Tuesday and some have come from western Wisconsin. Call 866-347-2423 if you can help.
Western Wisconsin (WQOW) - Homeland Security does not know his name, but hopes you recognize his picture because it believes he could be in danger.
On Tuesday, Homeland Security Investigations released pictures of a person who agents believe could be living in Minnesota or western Wisconsin. They're concerned about his welfare. They don't know who he is or how old he is but a spokesperson says they know enough about him that they believe multiple young people could be removed from a dangerous environment if he can be identified. HSI, which is known for investigating cybercrime for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), did not elaborate on that statement, but the spokesperson did tell WQOW News 18 that they know an adult is involved in the case and there is an online video that's also part of the investigation.
Call 866-347-2423 if you can help. All tips will remain anonymous.
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