HelloCustomer- This might be a stretch, but if it happened to me, or I had this information I would try two places, in this order:
1. Call the FBI; there are usually local field offices that you can visit or call. Let them know what information you have, and be prepared to give your contact information (or you'll probably not be believed. . . you probably won't be anyway). See what they say about it; you might be surprised (or disappointed).
2. Contact the International Police, aka interpol. Here
is the contact page where you can email them in Lyon, France, and here is the contact information:
INTERPOL Fax: +33 (0)4 72 44 71 63
200, quai Charles de Gaulle
The problem with prosecuting interstate crimes (where one person commits a crime against you while in another state) is compounded when you're dealing with international crimes. This is why it is very difficult for these individuals to come to justice.
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