(CNN) — A human head found in a Montreal park this week belongs to Jun Lin, the Chinese university student killed and dismembered in May, police said Wednesday.
The remains were discovered Sunday in Angrignon Park, and police had been waiting since then for them to be analyzed and results compiled before confirming their connection to the case.
Suspect Luka Magnotta is in Canada awaiting trial on first-degree murder and other charges in the case. Police have said they believe Magnotta filmed Lin’s death and dismemberment and posted the video to the Internet.
They say the 10-minute video also shows Magnotta engaged in sexual acts involving body parts and includes evidence of cannibalism.
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