Police identify remains of 3 more men in Bruce McArthur murder case

Investigators haven't found any new remains but do have new information on what they've uncovered

Investigators haven't found any new remains but do have new information on what they've uncovered

Toronto police have now charged 66 year old Bruce McArthur with a 7th count of first degree murder, as their investigation expands even further.

However the review will not directly address police conduct connected to the ongoing McArthur investigation or any past police contacts with the accused killer, due to the ongoing investigation and future trial. Police are expected to offer another update on the case around 1:30 p.m. local moment.

McArthur, who appeared wearing an orange jumpsuit, spoke in court only to say his name and acknowledge that he understood the charges against him. It closed after 18 months as it did not establish the whereabouts of the missing men or resolve the circumstances on their disappearances, police said. -Sgt. Hank Idsinga had said.

Toronto police uncovered seven types of stays therein total, but far have only identified people belonging to Andrew Kinsman, Soroush Mahmudi and Skandaraj Navaratnam, " the Toronto Star reported.

Mr. Faizi's auto was found early in 2011 on Moore Ave, not far from the property where Mr. McArthur stored his landscaping tools, and where a number of the bodies have been located.

Police have been trying to identify the remains of at least seven men found at a property McArthur used as storage for his landscaping business and say he targeted men he met through dating apps that cater to gay men, meeting them at bars in the "Gay Village" area of Toronto, as well as male prostitutes.

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Over the years police launched two projects into the disappearances of men from the gay village.

Toronto police said last week that they are looking for any links between McArthur and a series of grisly, unsolved murders from the 1970s. While he said there is no current evidence linking McArthur to the cold cases, he said they fit the general profile of the alleged victims identified to date.

Faizi's disappearance was being investigated by Toronto police in connection with the disappearance of Skandaraj Navaratnam and Majeed Kayhan, 58, under an investigation dubbed Project Houston. McArthur popped up onto police radar in the fall of 2017 as part of Project Prism. He is scheduled to return to court April 25 to find out whether any more evidence has been turned over to the defence.

Earlier this year, investigators took the rare step of releasing a photo of a dead man they believe was murdered by McArthur in the hopes of identifying him.

When they then went to police, officers suggested he had probably just left, the relative said. Police Chief Mark Saunders has also initiated an internal review that will become public, and has called for some form of public inquiry.

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