TORONTO (AP) — Police have announced an arrest in the case of a single mother whose body parts were found scattered around Toronto.
Liu Guanghua's head, foot and hands were discovered in a river west of Toronto earlier this month. A few days later her two calves, a thigh and an arm were found in a creek in eastern Toronto.
The 41-year-old Canadian citizen of Chinese descent, was last seen alive Aug. 10 when she was dropped off at work by friends.
Peel Regional Cst. George Tudos confirmed the arrest Monday and said they would release further details at a press conference.