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Police have arrested and charged a suspect with the murders of two men whose disappearances from downtown Toronto have, since last year, stoked fears in the city's gay community.Bruce Mc Arthur, 66, of Toronto has been charged with the first-degree murders of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen, whom investigators presume to be dead, police said Thursday.

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Hank Idsinga."In other words, we believe there are other victims." Idsinga said the bodies of Esen and Kinsman have yet to be found, but that police have a "pretty good idea" what their cause of death was.

"At this stage, we are most concerned with identifying other victims of Mr. Kinsman, 49, went missing from Toronto's Cabbagetown neighbourhood in June, while Esen, 44, was last seen in the Yonge and Bloor area last April.

Both areas are close to the predominantly gay neighbourhood of Church and Wellesley.

A police task force called Project Prism was established in August to investigate their disappearances and share information with another task force looking into the 2012 disappearances of three other men in the Church and Wellesley area, called Project Houston.

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"Our community is extremely resilient, and if needs be we do things to protect ourselves," she added.

"We got to do what we got to do."On Thursday, Saunders said the arrest was a "classic example" of police listening to the community."I do believe the community is directly responsible for enhancing community safety as a result of how this investigation has concluded," he said.

Rumours had swirled in Toronto's Gay Village that a string of disappearances from the area could be connected, but in December, investigators had said that there was no proof that a serial killer was operating in the area.

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