Police release grisly photo of gay serial killer's potential victim

Police release grisly photo of gay serial killer's potential victim

Police release grisly photo of gay serial killer's potential victim

The source said the new unidentified remains were found in a planter at the same Toronto property where six other sets were found, also in large planters.

Anyone with information that could help identify the man in the photo is urged to contact Toronto police. From the neck down, the picture appeared to have been either digitally reconstructed or enhanced.

Police also released the photo of a man take posthumously in an effort to identify the alleged victim.

"I do not want to release this picture and am doing so as a last resort", Idsinga said.

"We have utilized numerous investigative techniques to identify this individual but so far has been unsuccessful".

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Idsinga was tight-lipped on where - or how - investigators came into possession of the gruesome photo released Monday.

The gruesome image - which shows the deceased man, who is dark-haired and bearded - had to be "cleaned" up by the police to remove some more "artefacts".

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"We have recovered the remains of at least seven individuals from the planters seized at the (east side Toronto) home", lead investigator Sergeant Hank Idsinga told a press conference.

The victim, a man, has yet to be publicly identified, according to NBC.

Later in January, they charged him with the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, 58, missing since 2012; Soroush Mahmudi, 50, reported missing in 2015; and Dean Lisowick, 47, a homeless man who hasn't been reported missing but whom police believe may have died between May 2016 and July 2017. Later that month, McArthur was charged with the first-degree murder of Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi, and Dean Lisowick.

McArthur, who once worked as a mall Santa Claus, has pleaded not guilty to the six counts of murder and is due back in court on March 14.

"We have used a multidisciplinary approach to try to find the truth behind what happened", he said. "We've gone through fingerprints and dental records and we're now into the DNA process". There are also a number of other properties in the Greater Toronto Area that will get renewed attention from police as the weather warms and the ground thaws.

According to local media, police made a quick decision to enter McArthur's flat and arrest him on January 18 when they saw a young man enter his home. He was found secured to a bed in the apartment.

As forensics teams continue to try to identify the remains, Idsinga said police have "just begun" going through historical cold cases to see if there are any links to McArthur.

Investigators have not yet released complete details, but McArthur is believed to have met his alleged victims in the Gay Village and on gay dating apps for older and large men with names such as "SilverDaddies" and "Bear411".

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