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31 January 2018, 09:41 | Kara Nash
Bruce McArthur 66 was charged with first-degree murder in the case of two missing men on Jan. 18 2017. HANDOUT Facebook
But while several of the men Mr. McArthur is accused of killing had ties to the neighborhood, the police said they could not establish that link for all of them.
"The city of Toronto has never seen anything like this", he said.
The bodies were reportedly found dismembered and hidden on a residential property, and some of the remains had been dismembered.
"These remains have not yet been identified", Det.
Toronto police announced the new charges in a press conference this morning.
However, he said that police are also looking into possible victims outside that community.
"We have seized quite a few planters from around the city and we will continue to do that", he said, adding that "there are at least two sites that we do want to excavate where people might be buried".
Esen, 44, of Toronto vanished from the city's gay village on April 14, 2017.
"It encompasses more than the gay community".
"Our LGBTQ liaison officer and the service's LGBTQ community consultative committee are available to anyone who requires support". Police had reason to believe there might be more. I have no idea how many more there are going to be. Here's what we know about McArthur's alleged victims.
Kinsman, 49, was reported missing by a neighbour on June 28, 2017.
"Popular media like movies tend to create and rely on very narrow caricature that actually sort of misleads people, because we start to look for people who match like a Hannibal Lecter or Dexter or something like that".
McArthur is now charged with five counts of first-degree murder. Friends of Skandaraj Navaratnam told the news outlet that, before Navaratnam went missing, he had been dataing McArthur and working for him as a landscaper.
CBC Toronto learned on Tuesday that in addition to a property on Mallory Crescent in Leaside, police searched two more properties near Yonge Street and Balmoral Avenue in North Rosedale.
Meanwhile, investigators are following up on "dozens of tips,"adding, "We will be continuing to search further properties that have come to our attention from various members of the public".
"We do believe there are more".
The Toronto police forensic unit remains on scene, combing the apartment for evidence.
Toronto has never seen anything like this. "At the conclusion of the project, no evidence is found which would classify anyone as a suspect in any criminal offense related to the disappearances", Idsinga said.
Following outcry from the gay community, police formed a task force named Project Prism to look into the disappearances. Investigators have also sought computer information and are following up on tips from Toronto and overseas.
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