A man who took sexually explicit pictures of his 2-year-old granddaughter was arrested on child porn charges after he printed the pictures at a drug store and a clerk found the images, police said.

The arrest of Richard Hawes (search), 63, came after a frantic police investigation into the identity of the girl in the photos. Fearing she was in danger, police finally released nonsexual photos of the toddler.

Relatives saw the pictures Wednesday on national television, and the girl's father then identified her in photos e-mailed by New Hampshire police, leading to Hawes' arrest.

Police said further charges may be filed in Florida, where the girl and her family live. Hawes' son — the girl's father — told police Hawes visited them this spring.

Hawes, a summer resident of New Boston (search), entered no plea to five counts of possessing child pornography at an arraignment Thursday. He was ordered held on $200,000 bail pending a preliminary hearing June 22.

A police affidavit released Thursday said Hawes admitted taking the photos with a digital camera during his Florida visit. He told police he became "fascinated" by his granddaughter's genitals after giving her a bath.

After heading back home to New Hampshire, Hawes twice tried to print the photos using self-service kiosks in CVS drug stores. The first time, in Nashua, he fled after realizing the photos were printing behind a counter, police said.

The second time, he printed the photos at a CVS in Manchester. A clerk found the photos May 24 when she went to clear a backlog of digital images. She went to police.

Some of the photos were typical family fare of a blonde toddler. But in others, the girl was "positioned and posed in sexually explicit ways," the affidavit said.

Police said they spent two weeks trying to identify the girl and security-camera images of Hawes before releasing two non-suggestive photos to the media Tuesday. That led to Hawes' Wednesday arrest at his home.

A public defender for Hawes had not yet been assigned.

Steve Olson, a spokesman for the Seminole County Sheriff's Office (search) outside Orlando, said it was likely that Hawes would face charges there of capital sexual battery, lewd and lascivious molestation, and sexual performance on a minor charges. A conviction on capital sexual battery carries a mandatory life sentence.

"We're still working out the details on whose case is moving forward first," Olson said. "Ours is probably the most serious of the two."

The girl was being cared for by authorities in Florida early Thursday. A call to the Department of Children & Families to determine her status was not returned.