The FBI publishes a series of photos from people’s homes on Twitter, asking for help from the public in identifying the homeowners to help save ‘victims of child abuse’
- The FBI tweeted a series of images from a house or houses on Saturday
- The images showed different rooms, items of clothing and interior decoration
- One showed a baseball cap, another a calendar, another a stained glass window
- The FBI said they hope members of the public can help them
The FBI is appealing to information that could lead to the rescue of abused children by tweeting a cryptic image from a home and asking for clues.
The agency submitted their request for help as part of what they called #SeekingInfoSaturday.
The photo she tweeted showed a room with white cabinets around the doorway.
On the wall is an image of a car with the doors opening upwards, such as the Back to the Future DeLorean.
The agency tweeted: ‘The #FBI is looking for information about this image that could help rescue child victims. If you notice anything familiar, submit a tip at http://tips.fbi.gov. ‘
The FBI tweeted this picture of a room on Saturday, asking for information to help “ child victims. ”
They added, “No idea or piece of information is too small.”
The FBI, then linked to 11 pages of more ‘information seeking’ posters.
Among the images they displayed was a red baseball cap with the letter C on it; a calendar, illustrated with cars; a green chair and storage box; and a bright blue t-shirt, with a picture of a cartoon witch.
A bedroom wall was covered with framed certificates, next to a clock depicting cats.
A red baseball cap was pictured during the FBI’s search for clues
The desk showed the wall of a room, with certificates and a clock decorated with cats
One image showed a turquoise colored T-shirt with a cartoon witch
Another image showed a calendar decorated with pictures of cars
Another image showed a red stained glass window, with a picture of a dolphin on the glass.
One page featured a pool, seen from a window, perhaps, with dark green plastic lounge chairs.
Tips from members of the public are extremely important to the work of the FBI.
“ I think one of the most important things to know about the FBI’s tip line, at www.fbi.gov, is that every bit of information submitted by an individual is reviewed by FBI personnel at the FBI’s headquarters. FBI, ”Special Agent Eric Reese said, check out the commander of the Public Access Center Unit in an interview on the FBI’s website.
So there is nothing left unaddressed.
‘In principle, we listen to everything people want to submit and we pay the necessary attention to it.’