(NBC News) More than 100 sexually exploited teens have been rescued following a nationwide child sex trafficking crackdown this weekend by the FBI and local authorities.
Law enforcement agencies in 76 cities coordinated the busts as part of on-going efforts to stop child prostitution.
The FBI says this weekend's crackdown was the largest nationwide enforcement to date.
They say it puts a spotlight on a serious problem threatening our youth.
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