A Top End man has been arrested and charged with child sex offences.
Northern Territory police arrested the 32-year-old man at his home in the Darwin rural area on Wednesday.
Detectives from NT Police and Australian Federal Police (AFP) Joint Anti-Child Exploitation Team executed a search warrant at the man's residence and found two laptops and an external hard drive that contained child abuse material.
He was arrested and charged with:
The man has been remanded in custody and is due to face court today.
AFP Detective Sergeant Richard Matejic said arrests like these go towards protecting children.
"The AFP, together with its state and territory law enforcement partners, remain committed to protecting our community's most vulnerable - our children," he said.
"Anyone who views this material is participating in the harming of a child, and helping to prop up a vile industry that will abuse more children to satisfy the demand."
Members of the public who have any information about people involved in child abuse and exploitation are urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or NT Police on 131 444.
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