Child killer's location unknown with Kingston Pen closure

Keri-Lee Deon with her a photo of her daughter Kayla Klaudusz in her Oshawa home on Wednesday, Oct...

Keri-Lee Deon with her a photo of her daughter Kayla Klaudusz in her Oshawa home on Wednesday, Oct 16, 2013. (Veronica Henri/Toronto Sun)

Joe Warmington, Toronto Sun

, Last Updated: 9:36 AM ET

Anybody know the whereabouts of sex-killer David Wayne Snowdon?

The mother of the little girl he sexually assaulted and murdered would like to know.

“With Kingston Pen closing last month I have lost track of him,” said Keri-Lee Deon. “And nobody will tell me where he is.”

Snowdon was convicted of first-degree murder in the July 10, 1991, sex slaying of three-year-old Kayla Klaudusz, who he nabbed in a Parkdale playground while a babysitter was distracted.

Kayla’s lifeless body was discovered almost two months later in Lake Ontario.

Thanks to tireless and innovative investigative work by then Det. Rick Gauthier, Kathryn Martin, Jeff McGuire and many others, Snowdon — who was a janitor at the building — was tracked down and eventually convicted.

“When he killed her, he killed me,” said a crying Keri-Lee.

This woman is really struggling with this.


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