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UPDATE: Another potential victim of Kelly Isbister comes forward

Langley RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying possible sexual assault victims of Kelly Glen Isbister, who is already facing 16 charges of molesting young boys. - Langley RCMP photo
Langley RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying possible sexual assault victims of Kelly Glen Isbister, who is already facing 16 charges of molesting young boys.
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Another victim has come forward, accusing Aldergrove's Kelly Glen Isbister of sexual assault and molestation of young boys.

Langley RCMP have released Isbister's photo because they have reason to believe there are even more victims who may have moved away from Langley and may not know about all his current criminal charges.

Since The Times broke the story of 41-year-old Isbister's arrest and charges last week, one man has come forward with allegations against Isbister dating back 30 years, said Langley RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Holly Marks.

As well, others have come forward to police suggesting that there are more victims out there from historic incidents involving Isbister to current possible victimization, said police.

Isbister is facing 16 charges in connection with molestation of young boys. He is charged with four counts of sexual assault, three counts of sexual interference, three counts of invitation to sexual touching, one count of possession of child pornography, two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance and three counts of breaching his release conditions.

It is alleged he committed these offences against these boys between June of 2010 and October 2013, said police. Initially, Isbister was arrested and released in August on $5,000 bail. However, police allege he breached his conditions three times.  He is now behind bars and will make his next appearance in Surrey Provincial Court for a bail hearing on Feb. 5.

In June, he was charged with trying to pervert and obstruct justice.

Isbister has lived most of his life in Langley. Given some accusations against him date back a few decades, victims may have moved out of Langley or have come from other communities, said Marks.

Police will release few details of the offences, due to publication bans issued by the courts and in order to protect the victims of the offences.

If anyone you or someone you know of has been subjected to offences such as the alleged crimes, Langley RCMP would like to encourage you to come forward. It can be arranged for Client Support and Victim Services to provide support and assistance as this may be a very difficult time.

Individuals wishing to speak to investigators are asked to call Langley Serious Crime Investigator Const. Amanda Smith at 604-514-5806.

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