For the second straight day, forensic officers are combing through a Toronto residence as part of a probe into accused killer Bruce McArthur.Cadaver dogs have been brought to the scene as they continue their search of the property, which now includes a nearby ravine.Police dog now sniffing inside the garage of the home on Mallory Crescent. Also—- scene has grown to include nearby ravine. pic.twitter.com/AaUktzTbKP— Faiza (@CityFaizaAmin) January 21, 2018Forensic investigators have been spotted going in and out of the house, emerging with at least one bag. There’s no confirmation on what is in the bag or what they have retrieved.McArthur, 66, a self-employed landscaper, was arrested and charged Thursday as part of an investigation into the disappearance of Selim Esen, 44, and Andrew Kinsman, 49, from Toronto’s Gay Village.It’s unclear what McArthur’s connection is to the property but one neighbour recalls he was a frequent visitor to the house.“I’ve seen him many, many times,” Kevin Lahey told CityNews. “He used to come here three or four times a day, in the summer especially because he owns a landscaping business. I’m just shocked that this happened.”Forensics o/s in Leaside continuing investigation into alleged McArthur murders. Neighbors say he frequented house @CityNews @CityFaizaAmin pic.twitter.com/creaReO8t1— Ken Townsend (@KenTownsend) January 21, 2018Forensic officers have also been collecting evidence at four other locations, including a nine-acre property in Madoc, Ont.