However, police said they are paying particularly close attention to the online dating site Plenty Of Fish.com, and to men Varaschin might have dated.
At the same time, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association is condemning the mass DNA canvass.
Asked whether requests for DNA samples could be seen as an invasion of privacy, Leon said the need to solve the case trumps those concerns.“We respect the fact that someone may wish to say no,” he said, but “each and every person who is approached has a moral obligation to participate.”The has also learned that the OPP have studied the Toronto police investigation into the slaying of 10-year-old Holly Jones in 2003 and how police caught the man after he refused to provide a DNA sample.The witness first begins the report by telling us that his friend sent him pictures of the alien being.He also tells us that the pictures were taken by his friend a few years ago when she was living in a 'haunted' apartment.Only recently, DNA evidence recovered at the crime scene — in the form of semen, blood or saliva — was assessed as likely belonging to her killer. There was no evidence of forced entry into her two-storey townhouse on Aug. In an exclusive report on Monday, the Star reported that the nurse was active on the dating sites, even though she had a boyfriend.Varaschin, a 42-year-old nurse who was working at a Mississauga pharmaceutical company at the time of her murder, was on a couple of dating sites while she had an on-again, off-again relationship with a boyfriend. The boyfriend, who has since moved to England, has been cleared as a person of interest.