Summit Entertainment has tracked down the main culprit responsible for the leak of pictures and video from the unreleased "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" and has taken legal action, the company said in a statement on Monday.

In the written statement, the company said that the March leak originated from Posadas, a town in north Argentina. The company also said that criminal action has been filed.

According to the company, civil actions in the United States and Argentina have identified "Daiana Santia along with others, as being involved in stealing photographs, unfinished images and video." Since others may also be involved in the crime, the investigation is still going on, Summit said.

The leaked images that appeared on the Internet on March 31 showed moments from the honeymoon scene featuring Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson). Some of the leaked images also included shots of the flick when Bella transforms into a vampire.

"While we very much appreciate the legions of committed fans of the franchise and encourage them to create community online, we cannot ignore that property was stolen," Summit Executive Vice President and General Counsel, David C. Friedman, says in the same statement. 

At the time of the leak, the "Twilight Saga" producers reacted saying that they were "extremely heartbroken" to see images on the Internet.

"They were illegally obtained and their early dissemination is deeply upsetting to the actors, the filmmakers and Summit who are working so hard to bring these movies to fruition...," they said.

"Breaking Dawn" is said to be the most controversial of all the parts dealing with mature concepts such as a honeymoon sequence and Bella's pregnancy.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" will hit the theaters on November 18, while the scheduled date for the "Part 2" is November 16, 2012.

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