Around 2012, residents of the Gay Village, a neighborhood in Toronto, Canada, began noticing that men were going missing. They were usually of Middle Eastern or South Asian descent, so the police brushed off complaints. The men had probably gone on vacation or moved – there was no need to look for them.
Then, on Jan. 18, Canadian police arrested 66-year-old Bruce McArthur for murder.
Updated #breaking story: Bruce McArthur now facing a total of five murder charges. "The City of Toronto has never s… https://t.co/5xdNhVVlsB— Toronto Star (@Toronto Star)1517241705.0
Toronto police: Serial killer landscaper hid bodies all over city https://t.co/lQdGdeZa2J— The Daily Beast (@The Daily Beast)1517294934.0
Serial Killer Who Worked As Gardener Buried Remains In Planters, Toronto Police Say https://t.co/Nj61lDIEJi— NPR (@NPR)1517309646.0
Toronto police believe a killer who worked as a landscaper may have hidden his victims in backyards and planters ac… https://t.co/2R58xcLZM2— The Associated Press (@The Associated Press)1517272265.0
Toronto landscaper who appears to have targeted the LGBTQ community charged as a serial killer… https://t.co/LNqzeD1uzI— Jezebel (@Jezebel)1517345086.0
BREAKING: Toronto Police expect more victims of alleged serial killer Bruce to be discovered https://t.co/0mFB7LBsr4 https://t.co/qVQsri8Ps4— Globalnews.ca (@Globalnews.ca)1517242867.0
Toronto police believe they have arrested a serial killer. Bruce McArthur charged with 3 more murder counts for tot… https://t.co/ZZ1NJhQUxQ— CBC News (@CBC News)1517247771.0