DETROIT (WWJ) – A sobering reminder that predators are hard at work online trying to get access to children.

I-Guardian, a five-week long department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation netted 255 predators, three from Michigan. Sixty-one victims were identified, some as young as three years old.

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ICE Spokesman Khaalid Walls says parents need to beware of what their children are doing online.

“A lot of times we see … children on Facebook, Twitter … the social networking and even online gaming communicating with people that they may or may not know and this is how many predators can ensnare their children,” said Walls.

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Walls says there are no age boundaries for predators.

“We see the victims being younger and younger, age is really not a boundary, as it relates to online predators,” said Walls. “Predators in general will take advantage and exploit any young person.”

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Anthony Lucido of Chesterfield was among three arrests in the operation.