Police in Canada say there is no link between body parts found in Mississauga park, Ontario, and Luka Magnotta, the Canadian porn actor suspected of killing and dismembering another man.
Speaking to the media, Constable George Tudos confirmed that the body parts do not appear to be part of the Magnotta case, or belong to a missing Brampton teen who's family had feared for the worst.
On Friday, police plan to continue searching the Mississauga Park, the crime scene where a pair of severed body parts were located over the past two days.
Investigators said a woman's head and foot, believed to be from an adult female, were both discovered near the park.
According to the police, the foot was found on Wednesday in the Credit River, north of Hewick Meadows Park, by a group of hikers.
They found the foot in shallow water, near the river bank and had been severed at the ankle and had yellow nail polish on its toenails.
The head was located by a police marine unit on Thursday during a massive search effort that involved cadaver dogs, divers and dozens of Peel Regional Police officers.
Police have said that at this point they do not know if the body parts were placed there or washed from somewhere else in the river.
"We have to take into account the amount of rain, the flow of the river, etc. We don't know if these items were placed there or if they were washed away from an initial dumping site so all that is going to have to be taken into consideration," said Peel Regional Police Acting Inspector Randy Cowan.