Harrisville police assist in internet crimes task force investigation

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HARRISVILLE — On June 6, the Harrisville Police Department announced their involvement in a coordinated effort with the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Merrimack County Sheriff’s Department, resulting in the execution of several search warrants along Chesham Road.

The police presence was part of an ongoing investigation conducted by the task force.

Authorities have not disclosed the specifics of the investigation or any details regarding potential suspects or charges.

The Harrisville Police Department emphasized that at no point was there a risk to the public’s safety.

Residents in the area may have noted an increased police activity on the day the warrants were served.

Local officials are urging the community to stay vigilant and report any instance of child exploitation.

Anyone with information relating to child exploitation is encouraged to contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children through their reporting tool at https://report.cybertip.org.

The collaborative effort between local and state law enforcement agencies underscores their commitment to protecting children and combating internet-related crimes.

The investigation by the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force is active, and law enforcement will not release further information at this time.

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