Police were searching property belonging to a suspect in the murder of Ancaster, Ont., man Tim Bosma again Tuesday, by investigators involved in a pair of recently re-opened cases.
The Globe and Mail reports that Toronto homicide crews have returned to farmland near Kitchener, Ont., where Bosma's charred remains were discovered earlier this month.
The farmland belongs to 27-year-old Dellen Millard, who faces a charge of first-degree murder in the bizarre disappearance and death of Bosma – the father of a two-year-old daughter. He was last seen leaving with two men on a test drive the evening of May 6.
Bosma's remains were discovered on the property a week after his disappearance and a portable incinerator was later found during a massive search. Toronto police were among a number of law enforcement agencies that helped Hamilton police in that investigation.
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