Home in McArthur probe may have buried secrets
Ron Smith removes eggs from his home after being allowed back inside long enough to clear out his refrigerator and gather other belongings.
The owners of a house under investigation by police in connection with suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur were allowed to briefly return home Thursday to collect some belongings and clear out their refrigerator of spoiled food. Police will be scouring the property in search of anything buried underground that could provide key evidence in the case against the suspected Toronto landscaper.
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