Help find this man in child sex abuse images

INTERPOL is requesting the public’s assistance to identify this man, assumed to be a Scandinavian, pictured in a series of child sexual abuse images posted on the Internet. The man has been found in about 100 images in a series of around 800, which are believed to have been taken in Southeast Asia. They depict the sexual abuse of at least three boys aged between six and 10 years old.
The first pictures of the man were originally discovered by police in Norway in March 2006. The photos were retrieved from the computer of a convicted paedophile, and are from a series involving at least three boys aged approximately six to 10 years old. They are believed to have been taken in Southeast Asia in 2000 and 2001.
The images were sent to the INTERPOL General Secretariat in March 2006 by Norwegian police, who discovered a number of abusive images featuring an unknown man while examining the home computer of a man they arrested in connection with the sexual abuse of children in Southeast Asia.
“The law enforcement community around the world has done all it can to find this man who clearly presents a danger to young children, and we are now asking the public to help identify this predator and protect other potential victims from abuse,” said INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble.
INTERPOL’s child exploitation unit circulated the images to its global network of experts and potential matches received from around the world were then entered into INTERPOL’s Child Abuse Image Database (ICAID).
A digital comparison of the pictures received and those already stored in ICAID has so far identified 800 images in this series all featuring the same victims and locations. 
 Anyone with information about this man’s identity and current location should contact their local police or the INTERPOL General Secretariat. Members of the public should not take any direct action themselves. 

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