TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) - The Troy Police Department is asking the public to help locate any other possible victims of an alleged sexual predator, 48-year-old Christopher George Hill.
Police arrested the 48-year-old on February 4 after they received a domestic violence call and found a teenage girl hiding in his basement.
The 17-year-old girl was apparently a runaway and had been staying with Christopher George Hill, according to police.
Police say the teenager had numerous bruises and minor injuries to her neck and arms. Officers also found sexually provocative materials around Hill’s home along with a camera set-up on a tripod.
Police say Hill later admitted to taking nude photos of the victim and sexually abusing her.
“He made some admissions to the fact that he knew she was 17 and knew she was a runaway,” said Troy Police Sgt. Andy Breidenich.
Neighbors tell 7 Action News they are shocked that something like this could happen in their neighborhood.
"It really makes you think...what goes on in the world," said neighbor Michael Khalil.
Hill was arraigned Friday in 52-4 District Court in Troy and charged with three counts of Child Sexually Abusive Activity, three counts of Computers-Using to Commit a Crime, two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct, and one count of Domestic Violence.
Hill will be in court March 18th for a preliminary exam conference. The victim is now living with a friend, and police say she is recovering from her ordeal.
If you have any information about other potential victims, call police at 248-524-3450.
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