light candles: The 35-year-old army captain told investigators he killed five women and two girls, and disposed of three bodies -- those of a Filipino woman and a Romanian mother and daughter -- in the man-made lake, according to CTV. A suitcase with the remains of a woman was found at the bottom a week ago. The lake is part of an abandoned copper pyrite mine where a woman's body was found by chance last month in a flooded shaft, setting off an investigation that police say led to the island nation's first known serial killer. Several hundred people gathered at the site Sunday to light candles and lay flowers in memory of the two first victims, both of whom were from the Philippines. A coroner will examine the remains found Sunday to try to identify the victim, police spokesman Andreas Angelides said. Some wept as tributes to the two victims were read. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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