CAMBERLEY addresses were among more than 100 homes raided by Surrey Police in an operation against paedophiles last weekend.
Over the county they seized over 90 computer systems and more than 200 items including floppy discs, CD Roms and videotapes.
No arrests were made but police said they could follow after the evidence is examined.
So far 33 arrests have been made in Surrey as a result of the national Operation Ore. Seven people have been charged and two already convicted. One person has been bailed, while the rest will appear in Guildford Magistrates' Court on April 25 where any others charged in the meantime will join them.
Det-Chief Inspector Brian Russell said: "This weekend has enabled us to obtain and preserve as much evidence as possible and do all we can to protect children."