NASHUA, Iowa – Nashua Police are warning people about a Facebook profile that is targeting local youth.
“One person interacted more with the person, who ultimately was solicited for sexual images under threat of public shaming through “dirt” the person supposedly had on the person. No images were provided and she did the right thing by contacting the police,” the police department said on Facebook.
Police are urging parents to talk to their children about “predators such as these.”
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