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Christopher Hilton: HPD Seeks Victims of Suspected Molester, Child-Porn Fan

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Houston police are putting out the word, asking for any victims of a suspected child abuser to step forward.

Christopher Ian Hilton, 32, was arrested November 17 on child-porn charges. He faces three possession charges.

"Investigators said Hilton's past employment history indicates he had access to children," HPD says. "Information was obtained during the investigation that Hilton may also have molested several children."

HPD investigators are asking anyone who knows of such a child victimized by Hilton to contact the Juvenile Division at 713-731-5335.

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