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Prince Albert man charged with sexual exploitation, RCMP says there may be more victims

Saskatchewan RCMP released their weekly report Monday, detailing the work that has been done from June 4 to June 10. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Prince Albert RCMP says there may be more unidentified victims in a sexual exploitation case after conducting an investigation.

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On June 4, RCMP received a report of child luring and an investigation determined a female youth and an adult male were in talks through social media, with the conversations being sexual in nature.

Brady Robin, a 21-year-old from Prince Albert has been charged with:

  • 2 counts, invitation to sexual touching
  • 1 count, sexual exploitation of a young person
  • 1 count, make sexually explicit material available
  • 1 count, agreement or arrangement – sexual offence against child
  • 1 count, possession child pornography
  • 3 counts, failure to comply with orders

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Robin appeared in Prince Albert Provincial Court on July 4, 2022. His next appearance is on July 11 at 10:00 a.m.

Investigators are encouraging anyone with additional information, or if you are a victim, to report it to Prince Albert Detachment at 306-765-5500, call 310-RCMP or call 911 in an emergency.

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