Nude pictures of several girls at a western Pennsylvania high school were posted on a pornography website that has since been taken down as police investigate who posted the images and whether any laws were broken.
North Huntingdon police Chief Andrew Lisiecki says he's contacted state and federal agents about the pictures of the girls from Norwin High School, which is about 25 miles east of Pittsburgh.
A school district spokesman says school officials learned of the pictures, involving five or six girls, on Oct. 30 and immediately notified police.
The police chief says the website in question is one that plucks photos from social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The chief says once a teen posts such a photo online "anybody can reach out and grab it."
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