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Two unconfirmed reports of suicides related to Ashley Madison hack

June 10, 2015: Ashley Madison hack said to be one of the largest data breaches in the world.

June 10, 2015: Ashley Madison hack said to be one of the largest data breaches in the world.  (AP)

Toronto police have received two unconfirmed reports of suicides related to the hacking of cheating website Ashley Madison, Metro News Canada reports. 

The website suffered what local law enforcement are calling one of the largest data breaches in the world. The site, which purports to boat around 39 million members, is marketed to people looking for extramarital relationships.

Avid Life Media, the Toronto-based parent company of Ashley Madison, says it's co-operating with the police investigation.

Metro News Canada contributed to this report.