We have even more information about the Toronto killer whose victim list keeps getting bigger.
Last year, gay men started disappearing from the area around the Gay Village in Toronto. While members of the community there expressed concern, most (including the police) tried to quiet down those fears.
That said, earlier this month the police arrested landscaper Bruce McArthur under the suspicion that he was responsible for the disappearances of 49-year-old Andrew Kinsman and 44-year-old Selim Esen.
Then two days ago, police shared that they found the remains of three more men in a home that McArthur had worked on.
Now we have even more news concerning the terrors of Bruce McArthur. It seems that when the police first became suspicious of McArthur, they placed him under surveillance.
During that time, a man (who’s name is being withheld) went to McArthur’s apartment for sex. That’s when police stormed the building and not only arrested McArthur, but found that man naked and restrained.
Through their investigation, police have also found three other men who say they dated McArthur. All three said they stopped seeing McArthur after his sexual demands made them uncomfortable.
While the Toronto Police Department is receiving criticism for failing to acknowledge the initial disappearances and failing to call McArthur a serial killer until the additional three bodies were found, they continue their investigation.
McArthur worked on about 30 properties that now have to be searched in case any more bodies are waiting to be found.