A San Francisco man was arrested and held without bail Tuesday, after a police raid of his residence uncovered hundreds of images depicting child pornography.

According to the Ex officers from the San Francisco Police Department raided the home of 27-year-old Nicholas Banducci on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

During the police search of Banducci's home, which is on the 300 block of Stanyan Street between McAllister and Fulton Streets, a block away from the main campus of the University of San Francisco, officers found over 600 sexually explicit images of minors, SFPD spokesperson Officer Albie Esparza says.

Esparza did not have any further details on the investigation that led police to Banducci at publication time, but confirmed that he had been booked into San Francisco County Jail on two felonies: Suspicion of the distribution of child pornography and possession or control of child pornography.

According to the Ex, until a few months ago Banducci was a "city launcher" for Shyp, a SF-based startup that says they will "pick up, package, and send your stuff for the lowest price."

“We terminated our employment relationship with Mr. Banducci in August of this year,” Shyp spokesperson Jabu Dayton told the Ex.

Citing Banducci’s social media profiles, the Ex reports that "he enjoys 'growth hacking,' 'lean startups' and 'working at the BEST startup.'"

As of Wednesday evening, Banducci remained in custody. He is expected to be arraigned this week.

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