Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents and Prague police converged on a home in Prague Monday as part of a child pornography investigation, where they seized computers and other items as part of a search warrant. No arrests were made and no charges have been filed, but the investigation is ongoing.

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents and Prague police converged on a home in Prague Monday as part of a child pornography investigation, where they seized computers and other items as part of a search warrant. No arrests were made and no charges have been filed, but the investigation is ongoing.

OSBI Assistant Special Agent Adam Whitney said agents went to the home of a reported part-time youth pastor in search of any images of child pornography, including nude images of children.

In addition, members of the OSBI's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force are part of this ongoing investigation, he said.

Whitney said OSBI received a tip that the reported youth pastor had allegedly been hacking into email accounts and Facebook pages belonging to minors.

Allegations also were made that he was asking minors to send nude photographs, the special agent said, and was allegedly threatening those who didn't.

“We're not sure how many victims,” may be involved, Whitney said about this case, but said agents believe most are local to the area. “This is still an ongoing investigation.”

Several computers were seized from the home, Whitney said, but it will take some time for agents to search them.

While the OSBI identified the home as belonging to a youth pastor, there was no word from OSBI on which church that person may be affiliated with and no names were released.

No arrests were made and no charges have been filed, Whitney said.

Whitney said parents who talk to their children and may have information that could assist in this investigation should call the OSBI Tip Line, 1-800-522-8017 or contact the Prague Police Department.