California police search for other possible victims of NH serial killer Bob Evans
The footprints of a serial killer are currently under investigation in Anaheim, California.
Authorities in California are asking for the public's help in identifying a possible victims of a now-deceased serial killer, who lived in Anaheim, passing himself off as a single father.
"He lived in Anaheim in 1984-1985 time range," said Sergeant Daron Wyatt of the Anaheim Police Department. "He was living with a girl who has been identified as Dawn Beaudin."
The man, who was known as Bob Evans, died in a California prison. Under a different name, he was convicted of killing his girlfriend, Eunsoon Jun, whose body was found buried in cat litter in her basement.
Last month, New Hampshire State Police, along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, linked Evans to cold cases dating back 30 years in Allenstown.
Evans, who has some different aliases, also was linked to the disappearance of Denise Beaudin and her daughter back in 1981. Her daughter was later identified as Dawn Beaudin, also known as "Lisa."
Authorities said he would pass himself off as a single father who needed some help then endear himself to another female, usually a single mother.
"This started the relationship he would ultimately molest the children, murder the children and the adult," said Sgt. Wyatt.
Police believe Beaudin is dead but have not found her body, nor have they identified the four bodies found in Allenstown, although they know one is Evan's daughter. They believe there may be more victims where this man spent time, including Anaheim.