On Tuesday, Toronto police began overseeing the excavation of a drain in front of a house linked to alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur.
The investigation also shifted to the front of the house Tuesday, with City of Toronto workers chiselling through pavement to access the house’s main drainage system.
“We’re now working with the City of Toronto to access the main drain… just to look for any potential evidence that could help further the investigation,” Toronto Police spokesperson Meaghan Gray said.
Police are also searching other properties linked to McArthur.
“We’ve identified over thirty properties that belong to clients of Mr. McArthur’s landscaping business,” Gray of the Toronto police added.