Police to provide update on McArthur case this morning

Toronto police to provide update on Bruce McArthur investigation Monday

Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur accused of killing eighth victim

Another update in the investigation into alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur on Monday morning may shed some light on the identity of an unidentified, deceased man believed to be another one of his victims.

According to investigators, the men, who all had ties to Toronto's LGBTQ2S neighbourhood, were murdered between 2010 and 2017.

Idsinga said Kanagaratnam's remains were found at a home McArthur used as storage for his landscaping business.

Kanagaratnam moved to Canada from Sri Lanka.

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On Saturday, the doctors at the hospital organised a marathon and, as usual, Khurram came to take part in it. He reportedly told the cops he liked the medical field so much that he wanted to become a doctor one day.

Police believe Kanagaratnam was killed between 3 September and 14 December, 2015. Although police initially said they found the remains of eight people, Idsinga could not definitely say if, between the various body parts found in the planters, the remains of other victims not yet identified were mixed in. He would have been 37 years old at the time of his death, Idsinga said.

Police were able to identify Kanagaratnam after taking what Idsinga called a "last resort" and releasing a photo where he appeared to be dead.

Investigators released the photograph of the man on March 5 and asked for the public's help in identifying him.

Police said there are now no known links between Kanagaratnam and the "Gay Village" of Toronto which other victims are known to have visited.

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Police have said that McArthur had some sort of relationship with each of his victims, some of which were sexual.

"We have a lot of searches still to do", he said. McArthur had previously faced seven charges of first-degree murder. Kangaratnam, whose only family in Canada appears to be a few distant cousins, appears to be the latest to follow the pattern.

McArthur has also been charged with the killings of Selim Esen, Andrew Kinsman, Majeed Kayhan, Dean Lisowick, Soroush Mahmudi, Skandaraj Navaratnam and Abdulbasir Faizi.

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