WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A former teacher, camp counselor and Purdue grad was added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List.
30-year-old Eric Justin Toth, who also goes by the name David Bussone, is accused of possessing and producing child pornography.
Toth has been on the run since 2008 after warrants were issued for his arrested in Maryland and the District of Columbia. He is 6'3" and 155 pounds with brown hair, green eyes, and a medium complexion. He has a mole under his left eye.
There is up to $100,000 for information leading directly to his arrest and the FBI wants your help in locating him.
"We have always counted on the public's support to help capture fugitives and solve cases," said Mike Kortan, assistant director of the FBI Office of Public Affairs. "The addition of Eric Toth to the Top Ten list illustrates how important it is to get this individual off the streets and into custody."
The FBI investigation began in June of 2008 after pornographic images were found on a camera in Toth's possession at the private school where he worked at the time.
He is believed to have traveled to Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Arizona since becoming a fugitive.
Toth graduated from Purdue University with an education degree. he is believed to be a computer expert, regularly uses social networking sites and may advertise online as a tutor or male nanny.
Since its creation in 1950, the Top Ten list has been invaluable to the FBI, helping us capture some of the nation's most dangerous criminals. Of the 495 fugitives named to the list, 465 have been apprehended or located. That level of success would not be possible without the strong support of the public, which has helped capture 153 of the Top Ten fugitives.
For a full list of fugitives and missing persons, please visit the Wanted by the FBI webpage .
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