The ongoing investigation into the death of Tim Bosma may be closer to completion than previously believed, after police mused openly about the possibility that a third suspect does not exist.
Two men have already been arrested in connection to the death of Bosma, an Ancaster, Ont., father who disappeared after taking two men out on a test drive and was found dead a week later. Dellen Millard, 27, and Mark Smich, 25, have been charged with first-degree murder.
Hamilton police allege the two suspects set up a meet with Bosma to test drive his Dodge Ram truck on the evening on May 6. The pair arrived at the home on foot and left in the truck with Bosma in the passenger seat.
Police say it appears Bosma was killed a short time after the test drive began. His body was found on farmland belonging to Millard about a week later, burned beyond recognition.
But one nagging question remained unanswered: the identity of aRead More »from Tim Bosma murder investigators muse about existence of third suspect