Ms. Liu had told her landlord that she was closing her business so she could be with her husband, according to Jong Soon Suh, the owner of a dry-cleaning shop in the same building.
WOW - a huge pat on the back for Toronto Police today. That was very quick :aktion: I figured since they were being so quiet, they had somebody in mind. Very very glad that whoever did this won't be able to do it to anyone else.
I hope the arrest brings some peace to everyone involved.
He wasn’t known to police but quickly became part of their investigation into Ms. Liu’s death.
A number of aspects in the homicide are still being investigated, police said, including where and how Ms. Liu was killed. Police said some her remains still haven’t been found.
Actually it was a joint effort with the Toronto Police & Peel Region Police.
If the how is still unknown, that might indicate there was no confession.
ETA: or it could be that they are in the process of verifying what they've been told.
Sorry, kind of lumped them all in there together. Sometimes I have trouble keeping straight which areas of the GTA fall under which jurisdictions. But yes, that pat on the back extends to Peel Regional Police as well, of course.
In the press conference the police spokesman mentioned "2nd degree" and "domestic". That would lead me to think it was an altercation that led to the death. Would dismembering the body and scattering the parts make a difference to the charge, or would that be another charge?