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News story about arson at chruch
< on 8/19/2007 5:15 PM >
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The link under the Stories section isn't working for me. Here is the story for any others who may not be able to access that link.

Toronto police suspect arson-murder link

Last Updated: Friday, November 13, 1998

CBC News

Toronto police are searching for a Sunday school teacher after a series of fires and a homicide. They suspect a connection between fires at three city churches and the discovery of a man's body Thursday.
Bob Ivens, 49, was found dead in the morgue at the University of Toronto. It's a controlled area that few people have access to. Ivens worked there as an anatomy lab supervisor.

Police are now looking for Stephen Toussaint, 54. He was a colleague at the lab, and a member of one of the churches that was set ablaze Thursday. Toussaint is listed as missing and hasn't returned to his home. According to police his family is worried.

The first fire began around 5 a.m. It took 60 firefighters two hours to douse a fire in a historic church, then they raced off to fight fires at two other nearby churches.

The largest fire caused an estimated $1.5 million in damages at the Christ Church St. James, a British Methodist Episcopal church in the city's west end. It served as the spiritual centre of Toronto's West Indian community for 150 years.


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July 26, 1999

The confirmation that human remains found in Scarborough last week belong to former U of T employee Stephen Toussaint — wanted in connection with a colleague’s murder — is a “very sad development,” says the acting dean of medicine.

“Our sympathy is with his family,” said Professor Murray Urowitz on Friday. “Hopefully, now the police will be able to shed more light on what happened last year and the family and friends of both men can have some closure.”

Police found Toussaint’s body July 21 in a bushy area at the foot of the Scarborough Bluffs, near Brimley Road. The 54-year-old man worked in the Faculty of Medicine’s anatomy laboratory until April 16, 1998, when he disappeared following the murder of Robert Ivens, 49, an assistant in the same laboratory.

Detective Greg McLane of the Metro Toronto Police Services’ homicide squad said Friday afternoon that results of a partial post-mortem conducted on Toussaint earlier that day showed no evidence of foul play. McLane added further tests still have to done and complete results won’t be known until the middle of this week.




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This is all I could find-

http://www.ntropy.us/2008/02/28/stjames/





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