A U.S. Senator offered Tuesday to travel to Iran if it would help locate former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who vanished in the country in 2007, NBC 3 News reports .
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., may have a hard time finding information, though.
The last images showing Levinson alive are from early 2011, and Iranian officials insist they have no idea where Levinson is.
Nelson’s decision comes a week after it was reported that Levinson was working secretly as a CIA operative.
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