GOT A STORY? EMAIL : TALKBACK@THE-SUN.CO.UK Human head found after cannibal killer arrest Arrest ... Magnotta taken from extradition plane in Canada weeks before cops find head in park Published: Today at 10:53 COPS in Canada have found a human head in a park - just weeks after cannibal killer suspect Luka Magnotta was arrested. Police are probing whether the head - found in Montreal - is that of a Chinese student who they say was decapitated by the porn actor. Magnotta, 29, is accused of dismembering his lover Jun Lin and mailing the body parts to political parties and schools. Lins head is the only remaining body part unaccounted for. Montreal police spokesperson Anie Lemieux said investigators made their way to Park Angrignon on Sunday afternoon after the major crimes unit received a tip. The park is located a few miles south of Magnottas apartment. Lemieux said they must wait for tests results over the next few days to confirm if there is any link and whether it is in fact a body part. Victim ... Lin, 33, studied computer science at Montreals Concordia University REX Police have been questioning Magnotta with the hope that they would find out the location of the head.Investigators say Magnotta, 29, posted a video online showing him having sex with the dismembered corpse. A second, unedited version of the video seen by police shows him eating parts of the body. Police say Magnotta and Lin were in a relationship. The case became known when a package containing a severed foot was found at Canadas ruling Conservative Party headquarters on May 29. A hand was discovered on the same day at a postal facility, addressed to the Liberal Party of Canada. Lins torso was found in a suitcase at a garbage dump in Montreal outside Magnottas apartment building. About a week later, a missing foot and hand were found mailed to two schools in Vancouver. Police said notes were included in most of the packages but declined to say what they said. Magnotta, who fled to Europe before the body was discovered, spent a few days partying in Paris before moving on to Berlin, where he was caught last month as he read stories about himself at an Internet cafe. He pleaded not guilty last month and arrived in Montreal last month on a Canadian military plane, after not contesting his extradition from Germany.