Toronto killings Erin Gilmour dies Police say they have detained a man and charged him with the most recent recent decades’ high-profile killings of two Toronto women, Susan Tess and Eileen Gilmore, which occurred in 1983. Genetic ancestry will be used to resolve situations in. FOLLOW FOR MORE UPDATES newsyorbits.com
According to Police Chief James Lamer on Monday, Joseph George Sutherland, 61, of Musoni, Ontario, was detained on Friday and charged with the double murder of Tice and Gilmore.
At a press conference held at the police headquarters, Sean McCowan, Gilmour’s brother, remarked, “It’s a day that I and we have almost been waiting our entire lives.”
61-year-old Musoni, Ontario resident Joseph George Sutherland was apprehended in Toronto and charged with killing Erin Gilmore and Susan Theis in 1983.
Toronto killings Erin Gilmour dies
It was somewhat reassuring that someone was detained. However, it also brought up many memories of Erin and her needless, horrific murder, he added.
Sutherland’s past is currently being looked into by police, who are also looking into his past to determine whether he may have been involved in other crimes. Sutherland spent 39 years in Ontario but has since left Toronto, according to police.
Sgt. Stephen Smith, the case’s chief investigator, stated at a news conference that “it goes without saying that we’re going to explore any possible linkages to all conceivable instances in Ontario to make sure that it’s not responsible for any other crimes.”
Sutherland may be a suspect in other unsolved sexual assault cases in the province, according to Smith, unless DNA evidence excludes him.
Sutherland is being held and is scheduled to go to court on December 9.
Thus, a social worker and mother of four teenagers were discovered dead in the upstairs bedroom of her house on Grace Street close to Hubbard Street on August 17, 1983. An aspiring fashion designer from a wealthy family named Gilmore was discovered dead in her Yorkville apartment four months later, on December 20, 1983. keep staying with us for more updates on Twitter