Toronto Police Just Identified The Latest John Doe In The Bruce McArthur Case

He is alleged to be one of McArthur's victims.

The Toronto Police have just identified a deceased man who is believed to be a victim of the alleged serial killer, Bruce McArthur.

If you remember, last month, the police released a photograph of the deceased man in hopes that someone would come forward and identify him. 

We know now that police have identified the John Doe. According to Global News, the Toronto police have confirmed that his name will not be released or made public until his next of kin has been notified.

Via Global News

Bruce McArthur, the alleged serial killer, is currently facing seven charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of missing men in Toronto's Gay Village aka Church-Wellesley Village.

The seven sets of human remains were said to be found in planters at a Toronto property where McArthur used to work.

Earlier this week, police identified three more sets of human remains that are linked to McArthur. The identified victims are said to be Andrew Kinsman, Soroush Mahmudi, Skandaraj Navaratnam, Selim Esen, Dean Lisowick and Abdulbasir Faizi. 

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