http://www.opp.ca/Intranetdev/groups/public/documents/investigative/opp_000947.pdf Sadly, very little to go on, but I wonder if these murders were committed by the same person responsible for this: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46963 A double murder is rare in itself, but to have two double murders with victims who are the same gender and similar ages, within a two-year time period and in the same general vicinity, must be especially uncommon. The locations where the two duos were "snatched" are only about 6 km distant (Yonge/Finch and Keele/Wilson), not a significant distance in a large city. The only noticeable difference I see between the two cases, on the surface at least, is that, in this case, the killer drove the girls some distance to where he disposed of them, whereas in the later case he left their bodies in-situ. Because of its multi-jurisdictional nature, this case is being handled by the provincial police. I wonder if the OPP has compared notes with the Toronto police over these two cases. Certainly the other case seems to have more hope of ever being solved. Incidentally, Rochelle Crescent is misspelled in the bulletin above. "Rochell" does not exist. Rochelle Cres. is about 5 km east of where the girls were dropped off and last seen.