Google search tracks down assault victim

google logo thumb Google search tracks down assault victimA Google search has helped tracked down an Australian girl US police believe was one of many young victims of alleged child predator Stephen Vosilla.

US Authorities recognised a logo on a video of one of Vosilla’s victims and logged on to the internet search engine, Google, tapped in the logo, and within seconds he was able to identify the logo was Australian and the young victim was likely from Australia.

Officers tracked the girl down in Australia, who then provided a statement for Tennessee investigators.

An investigation was launched that led investigators to Vosilla’s residence in Talbott, Tennessee,

A grand jury in Tennessee has indicted Vosilla on two counts of especially aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor and four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. He remains in Tennessee’s Hamblen County jail in lieu of $US100,000 bail.

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