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A Belfast man who had more than 20,000 child abuse images on his computer has been jailed following a joint investigation with Northern Ireland police and the UK's National Crime Agency.

The vast trove of material held by Ramsay Pennycook, 39, of Holywood, Belfast, included items in the "most serious category" for child abuse images, the NCA said Monday (27 November).

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He was found to have downloaded hundreds of videos of child abuse on to his computers, as well as extreme pornography and voyeuristic images.

“He quickly confessed to searching for and downloading images of ‘young boys in love’, directing officers to the relevant computers and handing over his passwords,” a spokesperson for the NCA said.

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“But Renault did not tell officers he had hidden a camera in the clock in his bathroom and used it to record guests at his home.

Those filmed included three children.” A judge at Belfast Crown Court sentenced him to 16 months’ imprisonment for making indecent images of children and possessing extreme pornography, and eight months for voyeurism.

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