Bruce McArthur, the alleged killer of Toronto's Gay Village, has been linked to a seventh set of human remains. McArthur, 66, is a self-employed landscaper who has been charged in connection with the deaths of six men who disappeared from Toronto's Gay Village. The seventh set of remains were found in a large planter at the same Toronto property where the other six sets of remains were found.
McArthur was arrested in January and charged with the murders of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen, who went missing from Toronto's Gay Village in 2017. Later that month, police laid three more first-degree murder charges against McArthur related to the disappearances of Majeef Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi and Dean Lisowick. Shortly after that, he was also charged in the death of Skandaraj Navaratnam.
So far, Toronto police have only been able to identify three sets of human remains, Kinsman, Mahmudi and Navaratnam. After finding the seventh set of remains this week, Toronto police are asking for the public's help in identifying the unknown remains.