FBI offers $10K reward for arrest of suspect in child sex trafficking case from Portland

Driver's license photo for Kamau Kambui Leland Curnal. (FBI)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KATU) – The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information on a man wanted in a child sex trafficking case.

According to investigators, Kamau Kambui Leland Curnal and Aaron Barnes drove an underage girl from Portland to Seattle as part of a sex trafficking operation. A grand jury charged both men with sex trafficking of a child and transportation of a minor with the purpose of prostitution.

Barnes was arrested in Nebraska last November, however, Curnal is still on the loose.

Officials said 28-year-old Curnal should be considered armed and dangerous.

He is believed to have extensive ties to the Seattle area.

The FBI is offering up to a $10,000 reward for any information that can lead to Curnal’s arrest and conviction.

If you have any helpful information on the case, call your local FBI office for help. In Portland, the number is 503-224-4181. In Seattle, it is 206-622-0460.

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