Authorities Find Remains Of Six People On Property Linked To Suspected Serial Killer

Authorities in Toronto, Canada say they have found the remains of six people on a property linked to the landscaper and suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur.

Authorities in Toronto, Canada say they have found the remains of six people on a property linked to the landscaper and suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur, reports CBC News. Three of the six discoveries were previously announced, and all were found in planters located on the grounds of the property in Toronto’s Leaside neighborhood. “Police said Thursday that some of those remains belong to Andrew Kinsman, who went missing last summer,” notes CTV News. “The other remains have yet to be identified.”
The BBC reports that “McArthur had a deal with the home’s elderly residents to store his landscaping equipment there in exchange for free lawn care, according to the authorities.” Police are still performing excavations there and have been searching the properties of some of the suspect’s other clients. 66-year-old McArthur was charged with five counts of first-degree murder on January 18, and authorities expect more will follow. It’s also anticipated the investigation and the additional excavations it may require will take some time.

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