Serial killer: remains of six people found in Toronto
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TORONTO | The remains of at least six people were discovered in a Toronto home linked to the alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur, revealed on Thursday that police in the Queen City.
The police torontonians are currently combing the residence of Mallory Crescent. The backyard is of particular interest to the authorities, which include, in particular, to thaw the ground. McArthur, 66 years of age, was a landscape painter, and so had everything in hand to get rid of potential victims.
Kathy Gruspier, anthropologist forensic from the office of the coroners, who oversees the excavations, intensive as well as the operations of the forensics. The police has, in particular, seized large flower boxes in which human remains have been discovered. These were, according to Global News, several houses in the Greater Toronto area, including that of Mallory Crescent.
A victim formally identified
One of the victims whose remains have been found is Andrew Kinsman, said detective sergeant Hank Idsinga, according to Global News.
Five other persons, whose remains have been discovered have not yet been identified.
McArthur has been accused in recent weeks of the first degree murder of five gay men in Toronto. In addition to Andrew Kinsman, whose remains have been formally identified, the police is trying to find Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi, Dean Lisowick and Selim Esen, alleged victims of McArthur.
The sixth person whose remains were found would be a victim who had not, hitherto, been mentioned.
The survey Project Prism was launched last August, a few weeks after the disappearance of MESSRS. Esen and Kinsman. McArthur was in the line of sight of the Toronto police since September, but the case proved complex, she was only handcuffed on the 18 January last.
During his arrest, two charges of first-degree murder have been filed against him. Three similar claims were added since. The police said since the beginning of the media coverage of this case that other victims could be found, including gay men who have gone out of circulation in 2010 and 2012.