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Big Bear High School yearbook pulled after ‘child pornography’ photo discovered

June 16, 2011 | 11:33 am

Big Bear High School students are being ordered to return their yearbooks after an inappropriate "child pornography" photograph somehow was published.

San Bernardino County sheriff's officials said they became aware of the picture on Tuesday and have asked students to return the 2011 Big Bear High School yearbooks to the school to "facilitate editing of the yearbooks to comply with federal and state laws regarding child pornography." Most students have done so, officials said, and officers are contacting those who haven't to round up the missing yearbooks.

Officials warned that those possessing the photograph risk criminal charges involving the possession of child pornography. They said an investigation is ongoing.

No details on the picture have been made available. Calls to the detective and school district were not immediately returned.

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--Kate Mather

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