Toronto, Canada - A mysterious banker has been found by police close to a York University campus underground tunnel.
Police say they are baffled.
Early reports suggest he was discovered in a secluded wooded area by a conservation officer who said he spotted 'a large pile of dirt'.
Nearby a tunnel some 10 meters (33 feet) long and 2 meters (6½ feet) high was found with plywood wall supports.
The banker also had access to a gas generator, moisture-resistant light bulbs, a sump pump for removing groundwater, a wheelbarrow plus food and drink vessels.
Perhaps a box or two of baby wipes.
Tonight a leading article in the Toronto Evening Tsar said cops additionally discovered a rosary with a Remembrance Day poppy nailed to a wall.
But so far nothing to suggest a criminal element.