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Oshawa man accused of murdering two teen girls—including one who was pregnant—heads to trial

Strong, a native of Oshawa, was arrested by Durham regional police in December of 2017 after they found Rori Hache's torso in Lake Ontario.

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A murder trial is set to begin today in Oshawa for a man accused of killing two Ontario teenagers.

Adam Strong, 45 is facing first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Kandis Fitzpatrick and Rori Hache.

Strong, a native of Oshawa, was arrested by Durham regional police in December of 2017 after they found Rori Hache's torso in Lake Ontario, Canadian Press reports. More body parts were later found in his basement.

The teen was pregnant and went missing earlier in August of that year.

Police alleged that DNA from the other victim, Kandis Fitzpatrick, was also found in Strong's basement. Fitzpatrick had last been seen by her family in 2008 and was reported missing in 2010.

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