After an Interpol investigation, the police arrested a suspect of pedophile in his home in Union City, New Jersey. After an intensive international manhunt that included turning to the public’s help by posting pictures ofhim on the internet in hopes of getting help identifying him, suspected pedophile Wayne Nelson Corliss was arrested and yesterday appeared in court in Newark, New Jersey. Before figuring out who he was, Interpol was dubbed Corliss as “Mr. IDent”.
Interpol, an organization that facilitates global cooperation between police and law enforcement agencies around the world, is appealing to the public for help for only the second time in the history of the organization. The help they seek is in identifying a man who appeared in pictures sexually abusing boys on the internet.
Originally, this existence of this man and the hundreds of photos he appears in abusing at least three boys between the ages six and ten became evident when authorities discovered the photos during the arrest of a man in 2006 in Norway.
The man in question appears to be in his late 40s or early 50s with thinning hair the color of gray in photos releases by interpol on its website. Interpol has posted photos on their site. If you recognize