Thanks to the stealing of data, your home and everyone else's along with the photos may end up on hundreds of website so it might be impossible to get them all off but the more reputable ones should be willing to comply with a request to remove the listing but the listing agent will control a lot of it. Another route, one that I often do is asking the listing agent to remove all of the photos except the main exterior one. That might be a quicker way to get the photos off and then others will come off in time.
Best of luck!
Russell Benson, REALTORÂ®
Prudential Alliance Realty
Go to Google or Bing, etc. and key in your home address including the Zip Code and perform a Google Search. I'm partial to Google. The results will then show all of the websites your home was listed on for marketing. As the others mentioned contact your Realtor to assist you who will in turn have to contact the Listing Realtor. This may take some time to fulfill your request. And as Anna mentioned you may have to contact several sight's Customer Service departments for help, the Realtors will start the process. Good Luck!