CATOOSA, Okla. - Catoosa police are searching for more victims in what they're calling the city's largest child sexual abuse case ever.
Catoosa Police Chief Kevin McKim says 68-year-old Robert Caine molested five young girls between the ages of 3 and 12 years old.
The alleged acts occurred in Rolling Hills neighborhood, a street garnished with bikes, a play house and family pets. The area boast many long-time residents. Most said they never knew the man they call Mr. Bob, who often gave out candy, is an accused child predator.
Neighbor Sarah Kirkland says Caine was always very nice, even around her 4-year-old granddaughter.
Kirkland also remembers watching young girls go in and out of Mr. Bob's home at all hours.
McKim says several of the children live in the neighborhood.
Caine is in a Wagoner County jail on five counts of lewd molestation.
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