Maryland State Police helping investigate alleged child pornography video

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"Facebook users need to be aware that the act of sharing that video with anyone other than law enforcement may constitute the crime of dissemination of child pornography and other crimes".

Police are asking people not to share the video because it is illegal.

Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces in multiple states are now investigating the video. There is no indication that the video was taken in Chicago.

A viral video that appears to depict child pornography has caught the attention of law enforcement in Maryland.

If you receive this video do not share it.

"Sharing this image is considered distribution and you could be criminally charged for doing so", department officials said.

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"Some people might think that sharing it with the "right person" could help solve the crime".

Lynch told the station anyone who gets the video sent to them should delete it and should not forward it, share it or post it.

Some people have reported getting the video in their Facebook inbox.

Police in Youngstown said the family service unit is investigating the case. While they needed to caution occupants to this issue, they didn't expect to utilize the robocall framework to do as such.

Lt. Brooke Walker of Alabama's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force said Friday that several agencies are conducting a "very active, very aggressive investigation", the details of which can not be shared because the case involves a minor, according to WHNT. They have not released any additional information but they are sending a warning to users on social media.

The Kent County Sheriff's Office said it is investigating the matter.