McArthur investigation suspended for the weekend
Investigators in the Bruce McArthur case have suspended their search this weekend for any additional evidence, after a week that was filled with new developments in the case.
On Wednesday, Toronto Police confirmed the discovery of more human remains in a ravine at the Leaside property where McArthur worked as a landscaper.
Then on Thursday, lead detective Hank Idsinga announced that yet again, investigators had dug up more remains.
It's unclear if the remains are from the same person. They've been taken to a lab for testing.
Police had previously found the remains of seven men hidden in large planters at the Mallory Crescent home.
66 year-old Bruce McArthur, has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of eight men with ties to Toronto's gay village.
His next court appearance is July 23.
With files from The Canadian Press