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Bojan Ambrus, Calgary Man, Faces More Online Luring Charges Involving Teen Girl

01/09/2014 05:55 EST | Updated 03/11/2014 05:59 EDT
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CALGARY - More charges have been laid against a Calgary man in the attempted online luring of teenage girls.

The man was first charged in October when a concerned parent contacted police after discovering sexually exploitive conversations on her 13-year-old daughter’s Facebook account.

Investigators believe a man posed as a teenage girl and used a Facebook account under a profile name other than his own.

Further investigation revealed a second victim, a 14-year-old girl, was also befriended by someone using the same Facebook account.

Bojan Ambrus, who is 33, is charged with possessing, accessing, and making child pornography and luring a person under the age of 18.

He remains in custody and is next to appear in court on March 7.

The conversations in the first case allegedly included requests that the girl send naked photographs of herself and meet to perform sexual services in exchange for money.

It's alleged the second case involved similar attempts to lure a girl into sexual acts.

Police say the rightful owner of the Facebook profile was not involved and they allege that the account was hacked.

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