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Ten months later, in early 2012, Wendy’s photograph popped up on Cpl. “She looked like any schoolgirl,” he says of the image of Wendy distributed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

He asked the Prince William Police Department if they minded if he looked into the case.

) Boy: "The sign says NO SMOKING...you are definitely SMOKIN!

Girl: Why Boy: Because I wanted you to fall for my smile as hard as I fell for you! " Girl: "How about, you tell your boxers it's rude to point!

") Boy: "Because you look like your good on your knees! " Flirty Rejections Boy: "I'd really like to get into your pants." Girl: " No thanks. " Boy: "Can you tell your breasts to stop staring at my eyes?

Of those, 381 were victims of sex trafficking, including 364 girls and women.It was not the first time “Wendy” had run away and not come home.The quiet 15-year-old from Prince William County, Virginia, chafed under the strict control of her single mom.Digging through the girl’s old social media accounts, Heid came across a phone number on Facebook. “She said, ‘Yes, College Park, near the school,’” Heid recalls.It had been out-of-service for months, but running that number through Google he saw that it was associated with an outdated ad under “escorts” on Backpage.com—the Craigslist-like website of choice in the sex trade. Presuming the young voice belonged to Wendy, Heid alerted the FBI task force and drove down there. The girl told him she was at the Quality Inn, as he’d guessed, and gave him her room number. She said she needed help; that she didn’t know how to get out.” The grooming process had lasted about three months, Heid continues. Later, he told her the only way she was getting out was in a body bag.” That Heid was able to locate and recover a 15-year-old runaway and trafficking survivor so quickly is unusual.

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