Levi Aron Had Other Children's Clothes in the Attic Where He Murdered Leiby Kletzky
Police are continuing to search the home of Levi Aron, the Brooklyn man who admitted to killing 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky, and yesterday removed bags marked "kids pants" and "blue child's spoon, pink cup," thus leaving room for speculation that he's murdered before. The attic apartment in Kensington where Aron lived above his father and uncle contained items not thought to have belonged to Kletzky. "There were two boxes in a closet, and they appear to have been there for a while," a source told the Post. Aron was also accused of stalking another neighborhood boy days before Kletzky disappeared. [NYP]
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