Abbotsford Police issue warning after child sex offender released

Sep 7 2017, 12:00 pm

A 61-year-old child sex offender is the subject of a public warning from Abbotsford Police after he was released from federal prison this week.

Donald William Snow has a criminal history, including several sexual offences against children. The offences include invitation to sexual touching, sexual assault, gross indecency, and exposing genitals.

For the time being, police said, he is being supervised by Abbotsford Community Corrections.

Abbotsford Police said his targets appear to be mainly youth between the ages of 3 and 15 years old.

Snow is 5’11, 216 lbs, with short grey hair and green eyes. He drives a a brown 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue with BC License plate EJ954S.

As part of his release, Snow is subject to a number of court-ordered conditions.

These include:

  •  Not to attend a public park, public swimming area, daycare centre, or community centre where persons under the age of 16 are present or can reasonably be expected to be present.
  • Not to access or possess pornography of any kind included but not limited to
    pornographic images accessed via the internet.
  • Not be found on public transit except with prior written permission from Bail Supervisor.
  • Not to possess a computer, data storage devices such as memory stick and USB flash
    drives, writeable DVD’s or CD’s.

Anyone who sees Snow violating any of his conditions is asked to call their local police immediately.

Eric ZimmerEric Zimmer

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