Remains of Andrew Kinsman found at Mallory Cres. residence

Feb 09, 2018, 02:35
Remains of Andrew Kinsman found at Mallory Cres. residence

Canadian police say they have found the remains of six people at a property linked to an alleged serial killer who has been charged with five murders.

Homicide Detective Sergeant Hank Idsinga will update the media at 2 p.m. Thursday from a parkette at Bayview Avenue and Moore Avenue, near a home on Mallory Crescent in Leaside where human remains were found. McArthur used it as storage in exchange for doing the landscaping.

Police officers guard the grounds of a house they searched, after a landscaper was accused of murdering five people in Toronto, Ontario, Canada January 29, 2018.

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McArthur was arrested and charged January 18 in the presumed deaths of Selim Esen, 44, and 49-year-old Kinsman who police said went missing from Toronto's gay village last spring.

Idsinga said more charges against McArthur, are expected - who is now facing five counts of first-degree murder. For years, members of the community urged police to look more closely at a string of disappearances - fearing there was a connection between the missing men. Police said Lisowick, who was in his mid-40s, was homeless, stayed in public shelters and had not been reported missing. Police confirmed on Thursday that some of the remains retrieved from the residential property were Kinsman's. "I can be a bit shy until I get to know you, but am a romantic at heart", he wrote.

"We are going start digging up in the backyard and that will probably be ongoing for a week or two", Idsinga said.

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"We're going through computers, we're going through cellphones, we're going through online applications and different apps", he said. Kinsman, 49, went missing last June and Esen, 44, was reported missing last April. He has yet to enter a plea.

They have also erected large tent in the back yard.

"We are dealing with some agencies overseas", Idsinga said.

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