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Somerset man charged after alleged Internet luring

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A Somerset-area man has been charged with several counts of Internet child-pornography-related charges.

The RCMP said the investigation began in October and resulted with a raid on the man’s house on June 5, where two computers and related equipment were seized.

Norbert Vandeynze, 59, has been charged with four counts of luring to commit invitation to sexual touching and three counts of luring to commit sexual interference.

Vandeynze is scheduled to appear in Provincial Court in Morden August 15.

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