Published: Thu, February 01, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Alleged serial killer buried dismembered victims' stays in planter containers

Alleged serial killer buried dismembered victims' stays in planter containers

McArthur was charged earlier this month with first-degree murder in the presumed deaths of Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman, both reported missing from Toronto's gay village area at separate times previous year.

Bill said McArthur, who worked as a self-employed landscaper, has been doing gardening for him ever since and knew what police were looking for when they came knocking on his door.

While officers are searching through the basement of a property where it's believed an alleged serial killer stored his landscaping equipment, Toronto's police chief is defending criticism with how his agency handled the case.

"The city of Toronto has never seen anything like this".

Police recovered the dismembered remains of three individuals, which McArthur hid in the bottom of large planters located in the backyard of a home that he seemingly used for storage, according to WABC-TV.

On the morning of January 18, police watching McArthur observed a young man entering the Thorncliffe Park building where there the 66-year-old landscaper rented an apartment.

Police have not released any of the causes of death, though Idsinga has previously said they have a pretty good idea of how Kinsman and Esen died. On Monday, three more charges of first-degree murder were added, in connection with the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, 58, Soroush Mahmudi, 50, and Dean Lisowick, 47.

Det. Sgt. Hank Idsinga announced on Monday that police found human remains at a Toronto home linked to the accused. A dozen other planters have been seized as evidence.

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"[McArthur] was very pleasant and you could never imagine that this is what he'd do and we've known him for 15 years", said Bill.
"There are at least two sites that we do want to excavate where people might be buried".

"It encompasses the city of Toronto".

"It's a serial killer - alleged serial killer", Idsinga said. Police were also investigating possible victims outside that community.

"He had wonderful clients and he was kind and generous to them", said Fraser on As It Happens, describing McArthur as a "cheerful, kind grandfather", who would make her laugh with stories about demanding clients.

Investigators say there may be more victims who have yet to be identified.

Sgromo grabbed McArthur's elbow and ended the encounter.

Once inside, they found a young man tied up on McArthur's bed and set him free. The police have come under fire from members of the public who believe concerns over the possibility of a serial killer in the area where not listened to for years.

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