Detectives are investigating further allegations of abuse against former BBC radio presenter Michael Souter after he was convicted of a string of child sex offences.
Ex-BBC Norfolk broadcaster Souter, 60, of Loddon, Norfolk, has been found guilty of 19 sex offences, including indecent assault, indecency with a child and serious sexual offences, against seven boys aged between 11 and 16 between 1979 and 1999.
Souter, who was involved in the Scouts and a social services youth mentoring scheme, was also convicted of seven counts of making and possessing indecent images of under-18s.
Speaking after the jury at Norwich Crown Court found him guilty of a total of 26 charges, Norfolk Police confirmed a "live inquiry" was continuing into outstanding claims.
A total of 595 people have been identified as witnesses and it is understood a number of these have raised concerns about Souter's behaviour.
A spokeswoman urged anybody who may have been a victim to contact officers.
Speaking after the case, one man who was employed by the BBC in the 1980s, said many people had long held suspicions about Souter.