A look at the six alleged victims of Bruce McArthur

Violet Powell
February 24, 2018

But sources told the Sun that a sixth murder charge will be laid and police have identified the remains of six victims while two remain a mystery.

Previously police had only identified the remains of Andrew Kinsman. He was arrested in January after an investigation into the disappearances of two men from a predominantly gay neighbourhood in downtown Toronto a year ago.

McArthur had earlier been charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the cases of Andrew Kinsman, Selim Esen, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi and Dean Lisowick.

Det. -Sgt. Hank Idsinga told a news conference Friday morning that investigators have now identified two other sets of remains found at the Mallory home as those of Navaratnam and Mahmudi.

"I can't get specific about where the murders occurred".

December 8, 2017 - Police Chief Mark Saunders says the force will review its practices in missing persons investigations.

Kinsman's sisters said they searched for their brother for six months before police eventually charged McArthur in his death.

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The investigation could take months, possibly years, he added.

He said police have also identified at least two properties for potential excavation, but said forensic test results are needed before they can proceed.

Police have not yet said how the victims died. His invitation was withdrawn, however, because of the diplomatic nightmare it posed to Trudeau, who has spent much of this trip trying to assure the Indian government that Canada does not support Sikh separatism and will do whatever it can to rout out extremist elements if there is any evidence they exist. "But that is as far as I'll go", Idsinga said. His vehicle was found abandoned not far from McArthur's home.

The investigation into McArthur's activities, which has been described by police as unprecedented in scope, comprises hundreds of Toronto officers as well as other Canadian and worldwide forces. Police found the man tied up on a bed, but unharmed.

The charges against McArthur haven't been proven in court.

He was spared jail time, but was prohibited him from soliciting gay prostitutes and from possessing "poppers" - a recreational drug used in sexual encounters - and was ordered to undergo anger management.

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