AG: NH serial killer ID'd, murdered missing woman and 4 found in Allenstown barrels
MANCHESTER — New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster announced that they believe they have discovered the man involved in three different murder cases, involving three women and three children.
The AG's office announced a search of 925 Hayward St. in Manchester in connection with the missing person's case of Denise Beaudin from 1981 on Jan. 17.
No human remains were found during the search of the Hayward Street address. Although no body was found, Beaudin is presumed to be dead.
As a result of their findings, Foster said that they believe they discovered the same person that was involved in Denise Beaudin's disappearance, also killed the four unidentified Allenstown victims from 1985 and 2000, as well as a woman in California.
Beaudin was last seen by her family on Thanksgiving day in 1981 with her boyfriend, Robert "Bob" Evans, and her six-month-old daughter. Evans is expected to have arrived in New Hampshire in the late 1970's and resided in Manchester until the disappearance of Beaudin in 1981.
Evans and Beaudin's daughter Lisa were not biologically related, police say. Evans was later seen with Beaudin's daughter "Lisa," and eventually left her with a family at an RV park in California. Lisa has been confirmed alive and safe.
The Allentown case refers to an incident in 1985 when two unidentified bodies were found in a barrel in rural Allenstown by Bear Brook State Park. One was an adult woman and the other was a young girl. In 2000, two more young girl's bodies were found in another barrel within walking distance. The older woman was discovered to be related to the oldest and the youngest child, but not the middle child.
Due to their investigations, Evans was determined to be the father of the "middle child" victim in the Allenstown murder case. The attorney general's office has still not identified the victims in the Allenstown murder case, but hope that these findings help them to do so.
They have confirmed that Evans died in prison of natural causes in California in 2010, while serving time for killing a Californian woman, Eunsoon Jun. Jun's body was found buried and partially dismembered in her California basement in 2002 after a missing person case ensued. Evans was arrested for the murder of Jun two months after her body was found. He was sentenced to 15 years to life for this murder.
Fingerprints led police to reveal that the three different names were actually Bob Evans, who was wanted on warrants, and was a fugitive for about 12 years. Despite this discovery, due to the extensive number of aliases, police can not be sure of Evans' true identity or date of birth.
The attorney general's office says he fits the description of a serial killer.
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More details to come from NH1 News who was live from the press conference.