Police in France sent out an appeal to victims and witnesses to come forward to help them investigate Jeffrey Epstein’s potential crimes in the country. The appeal was published Wednesday and contains a phone number and email address for victims and witnesses to use as cops continue to investigate the alleged rape of minors by the New York financier, as well as other charges linked to the case. The Associated Press reports the Paris prosecutor’s office said three victims have already come forward and have been interviewed by French investigators. Epstein had an apartment located in Paris near the Arc de Triomphe. The French investigation is probing possible charges of rape of minors as young as 15, sexual aggression, and criminal association. A France-based advocacy group, Innocence in Danger, has also been gathering witness testimony linked to the Epstein case and says about 10 women have come forward.