(WGN-AM)- DuPage Sheriff's investigators are attempting to identity the children in pornographic pictures seized Thursday at KOZ Digital Photography and Imaging in Darien, following the arrest of the business' owner, Robert Kozel, 64.

Sheriff John Zaruba said in a news release that Kozel was arrested early Thursday and charged with possession of child pornography following a traffic stop in unincorporated Willowbrook.

The sheriff's investigators were responding to a vehicle alleged to have been involved in a drug transaction when it was "discovered that a 17-year-old female occupant had in her possession lewd photographs of herself of a professional quality," according to the release.

The teen was able to provide information that led detectives to execute a search warrant at the home and business of Kozel in the 8200 block of Woodland Drive.

Zaruba said the investigators seized photographic equipment, computers, electronic storage devices and a commercial copier printer that Kozel is alleged to have used to produce child pornography.

Kozel is being held at the DuPage County Jail awaiting to appear in bond court. Zaruba said he was already on bond for a similar charge by Darien police last year.

Anyone with information should contact the DuPage County Sheriff's Office at 630-407-2400.

(The Chicago Tribune contributed to this story)

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