- Police are reviewing 15 homicide cases dating as far back as 1975
- 75 properties will be searched in ‘unprecedented’ investigation
Police in Canada are reviewing homicide cold cases dating back as far as 1975 and are preparing to search 75 properties as they continue the investigation into a Toronto landscaper accused of murdering at least seven people and burying their remains in large flower planters.
Bruce McArthur, 66, was arrested in January. Initially charged with the deaths of two men, police have continued to add on charges in what they described as an “unprecedented” investigation.