Case 84

Lesley Molseed

(Part 1)

*** Warning: This case involves a child victim ***

[Part 1 of 2]

On October 5 1975, April Molseed sent her 11-year-old daughter Lesley Molseed to the nearby corner store in Rochdale to buy a loaf of bread. Hours later, she still hadn’t returned. Fears quickly escalated when it was discovered that Lesley never made it to the shop at all. 

Three days later, Lesley’s brutally murdered body was found on a remote roadside. Suspicions were cast on Stefan Kiszko, an intellectually disabled man who lived in the area after several young women reported him for indecent exposure. Police were convinced they’d found their suspect and were determined to prove it, no matter the consequences.

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