A federal grand jury indicted a 32-year-old Honolulu man accused of using social media, to solicit sex from a minor.
Dustin Trey Miyakawa allegedly used his Instagram account, Studio 2 Photography to entice a 15-year-old girl.
Court documents show Miyakawa told the girl he was a photographer for Honolulu Magazine and set up a shoot with her at his apartment.
The victim told Honolulu Police he pressured her into pulling her bathing suit top down and then took pictures of her.
She claims he then offered her $10,000 to "give him pleasure." They worry similar situations could've happened to other girls.
"We need your help, we need the public's help. If there are people who have information or other victims out there, I highly encourage them to come forward. If they have that information, we could definitely use it as we continue our investigation," Kenji Price, U.S. Attorney for the District of Hawaii said.
If convicted, Miyakawa could face at least 15 years behind bars and up to a $250,000 fine.
Anyone with information about other victims in the case is asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI or contact Studio 2 victims at FBI.gov.
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