‘Every parent’s worst nightmare’: Nearly 30 sex offenders are MISSING from one county

Authorities in Georgia have revealed that about 29 sex offenders in one county are unaccounted for as the year comes to a close.

Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office told WXIA that they made the discovery while verifying the addresses of 535 offenders who live in the county. Police said the missing offenders either failed to check-in as ordered or they were not located at their listed addresses.

Gwinnett County police have a full-time division that is tasked with monitoring sex offenders. Offenders are required to notify authorities if they plan to move.

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Authorities told WGCL that the missing sex offenders have convictions ranging from sexual assault to child molestation.

An album of the missing sex offenders can be viewed here.

Anyone with information regarding any of the missing sex offenders’ locations should call Gwinnett County police’s sex offenders registry unit at 770-619-6806.

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