A Florida couple was arrested after officers found videos and photographs of them sexually abusing children, police said.

The officers arrested 31-year-old Jason Wienrich and his partner, 26-year-old Alicia Stevens, on Friday after receiving tips on possible child sexual abuse from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

According to the St. Petersburg Police Department, Wienrich gave detectives permission to search his electronic devices, Tampa Bay Times reported.

“When SPPD forensic detectives searched Wienrich’s electronic devices, they found images and videos of child sex abuse victims which included himself and Stevens,” police in a statement posted on Facebook.

In one of the videos, Wienrich was seen performing a sexual act on a child, police said.

Officers arrested Wienrich and accused him of two counts of sexual battery involving children younger than 12, possession of child pornography, unlawful use of a two-way communication device, and promoting a sexual performance of a child.

Investigators are accusing Stevens of three charges -- lewd and lascivious molestation, use child to engage in sex, and lewd and lascivious exhibition.

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Investigators have identified the children involved in the case. They are reportedly safe, WTSP reported.

Wienrich and Stevens lived in the same household. They are currently being held at the Pinellas County Jail, according to booking records

The investigation into the case is ongoing, said police. Officials are asking anyone with information in regards to the case to call St. Petersburg police at (727) 883-7780.

Earlier last month, a 49-year-old New York man was arrested after sexually assaulting a minor. He ran an unlicensed daycare with his partner. Investigators said that the man physically assaulted the victim’s brother when he tried to stop the sexual assault on his sister. The suspect’s partner was also charged for failing to report the abuse despite being aware of them.

The Department of Justice advises people to call 911 if a child sexual abuse case requires an immediate law enforcement response. To report child sex abuse in Florida, call 1-800-962-2873 or report online.

According to Florida law, the penalty for failing to report is a felony of the third degree. Also, there are financial penalties for failing to report known or suspected child abuse or neglect.

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