Bald Spot, Chair May Lead to Suspected Predator

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(Courtesy: FBI)

(Courtesy: FBI)

(Courtesy: FBI)

CLEVELAND — You’ve always heard “no tip is too small,” and when it comes to protecting children from sexual predators, no clue is too small either.

Investigators are hoping a plaid chair, a ring and male pattern baldness will help identify a man known as John Doe 27.

Images of him allegedly engaged in what the FBI described as “sexually explicit activities with a child” were first recorded by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in April of 2013.

Those pictures are still circulating the Internet.

They have been enhanced to reveal a distinct plaid chair in the residence, a bald spot on the back of the subject’s head and a ring on his right finger.

The FBI said the man seems to speak with a southern accent and may refer to himself as “Jimmy.”

He was described as being white, likely between the ages of 40 and 50, with brown hair, graying sideburns, and a bald spot.

He wears glasses and a ring on the ring finger of his right hand.

There is nothing that links him to a specific part of the country, so his whereabouts are unknown.

Tips may be provided online or by calling the FBI’s toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

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