Police plan to dig further into property with ties to Bruce McArthur
Police in Toronto plan to continue searching a property where the remains of at least seven men were found buried in planters.
Accused serial killer Bruce McArthur once worked at the property as a landscaper. The 66 year old man now faces eight counts of first degree murder related to the deaths of men with ties to the city's gay community.
Back in January, investigators began digging up the backyard but found nothing. A police spokesperson now says a search by the canine unit has prompted police to dig further.
The excavation is expected to take several weeks.
Larry talks to Anthony Wilson-Smith President and CEO of Historica Canada