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WASHINGTON — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is urgently seeking the public’s help to identify a suspected child pornography producer and rescue at least two underage victims.

This week, HSI’s Child Exploitation Investigations Unit’s Victim Identification Program obtained a “Jane Doe” arrest warrant in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia for the suspect.

The unit believes that Jane Doe has produced child pornography videos featuring herself and an unidentified adult male engaging in sexual contact with two minor victims: one between the ages of five and seven, and the other between the ages of three and five.

Jane Doe is described by HSI special agents as a Caucasian female, between the ages of 25 and 35. She has a medium build, dark brown hair and blue eyes. She has a large mole on the back of her left thigh. Although her whereabouts are unknown, HSI special agents investigating this case believe she lives somewhere in the United States.

HSI special agents in Los Angles initially discovered the videos during a computer forensics examination of material in an unrelated child pornography case. The material was submitted to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), the national clearinghouse for child sexual exploitation material. The center determined that the victims have not yet been identified or rescued.

HSI is requesting that anyone with information about this person contact the agency immediately, in one of two ways:

  • Call the HSI Tip Line at 1-866-347-2423. This line is staffed 24-hours a day.
  • Complete our online tip form at

All tips will remain anonymous. Individuals should not attempt to apprehend the suspect personally.

CLICK HERE for additional information via ICE’s website.

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