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Man wanted for forcing 2 Toledo teens into trafficking

TOLEDO, OH (TOLEDO NEWS NOW) - Federal Agents are searching for one of the two fugitives they say forced two Toledo teens into human trafficking.

The Feds are searching for 26-year-old Brady Jackson, Jr. after agents say the he and another man forced two teenage friends from south Toledo into the sex trade.

Officers with the TPD Vice say they found the two victims in late 2011, when they came upon the website, BackPage.com. The site offers adult services and the advertisement for the victims' was for escort services.

The officers posed as customers and set up a meeting with the girls.  The meeting took place at a local hotel and police say they rescued the girls, but Jackson and his co defendant ran. His co-defendant was taken into custody earlier this week.

If anyone knows where Jackson could be, call CrimeStopper, at 419-255-1111. 

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