HOLLY (WWJ) – The FBI is now one of many agencies investigating a 45-year-old Holly man accused of being a multi-state Internet predator.

Holly Police Chief Michael Story said they busted the suspect following the latest incident a few days ago in Idaho — thanks to a vigilant mom who reported the crime.

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“The mother walked in on something and just didn’t let it get explained away,” Story said told WWJ Newsradio 950’s Kathryn Larson.

Officers served a search warrant on the suspect’s Village of Holly home on Valentine’s Day.  They found him sitting in a car in the driveway, searched his home, and took him into custody without incident.

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Story said it appears there are several additional victims across the U.S.

“The FBI — they’re moving very quickly,” Story said. “We made seizures with the search warrant. They still have to be gone through, but, as of right now, we have a cooperative suspect who’s been very forthcoming.”

Police took several electronic devices from the home.

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The suspect was expected to be arraigned Saturday in federal court.  His name will be released at that time.