Parents across the nation are creeped out by what police find online about high school girls

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The Duxbury Police Department in Massachusetts shut down a web page containing photographs depicting local high school girls in “varying stages of undress,” according to CBS News Boston.

Duxbury High School employees alerted the police after they learned about the page.

Investigators are now attempting to learn who created the account and to identify the girls.

“There are some young people here who are very embarrassed and very upset. They are victims,” Duxbury Police Chief Matthew Clancy told the station. “They made a mistake and someone took advantage of that.”

But the problem isn’t limited to just Duxbury or even Massachusetts. Police said that communities across the country are dealing with the same issue.

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