No new bodies discovered on the property of alleged serial killer of Toronto

News 13 February, 2018
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    Tuesday, 13 February, 2018 19:36

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    TORONTO | Toronto police announced, Tuesday, having completed his excavations in the yard of a property linked to the alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur, without finding a new body.

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    To date, investigators have discovered the remains of six people in the flower boxes that were on the ground of the house located on Mallory Crescent. The authorities feared that McArthur, who is a landscape designer, has used his tools to bury other bodies in the back yard.

    According to local media reports, the investigators have, however, begun to dig in front of the building to reach the sewer pipe from the house. The Toronto police service wants to ensure that the suspect did not attempt to get rid of evidence this way.

    Bruce McArthur is currently facing five counts of the indictment for the murder of Andrew Kinsman, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi, Dean Lisowick and Selim Esen. The victims are all gay men from Toronto who had been missing in recent years.

    The alleged serial killer expected to be back in court Wednesday.