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UPDATE: Georgia child porn suspect caught in Christiansburg

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CHRISTIANSBURG, VA -

Friday, June 14th

The Effingham County, Georgia Sheriff's Office say Montgomery County, Virginia officers arrested Edward Holmes around 1:00 a.m. on Friday, in the parking lot of the Christiansburg Walmart.

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Thursday, June 13th

Georgia Police believe a child porn suspect may be in Christiansburg.

The Effingham County, GA Sheriff's Office says its investigators found multiple child porn images on a computer belonging to Edward Holmes.  The child in the images is believed to be younger than ten-years-old.

Anyone with information on Holmes whereabouts is asked to call the Effingham County Sheriff's Office at 912-754-3449.

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