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article imageUpdated: Lake Ontario tomb for remains encased in cement Special

By KJ Mullins     May 23, 2010 in Crime
Toronto - Toronto Police are tight-lipped concerning a tip that lead the Marine Unit and homicide detectives to 125 Queen's Quay East to locate a body found in Lake Ontario this morning.
TheHarbourfront along the area is secured by fences for local businesses including the Redpath Sugar Company. Homicide detectives found a body inside a barrel. The body had been encased in cement.
The area is not accessible by land. The waterway is used by the local factories for transporting their products.
Location of body found in Lake Ontario Victoria Day Weekend.
Location of body found in Lake Ontario Victoria Day Weekend.
At mid-afternoon police confirmed via a phone call that a barrel had been removed from the water containing human remains.
Constables at the front desk of the Marine Unit said that they were only involved as far as removing the barrel from the water.
The homicide squad is not answering phone calls on this case until the long Victoria Day Weekend ends on Tuesday morning, saying that the identity of the victim is not expected to be known for 48 to 72 hours.
Officers at the duty desk of Headquarters on College Street said that there is no information about the case expected to be released until Tuesday morning.
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
Toronto Police Marine Unit
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