TORONTO – Hamilton Police continue the investigation into Dellen Millard’s Waterloo-area farm land but say forensic analysis is expected to be completed soon.
Millard has been charged with first-degree-murder in the death of Tim Bosma, who disappeared from outside of his rural Ancaster home two weeks ago.
Police are conducting forensic analysis on two locations – the farm land in Ayr and hangars at the Waterloo International Airport – owned by Millard.
Police have also seized three vehicles as part of their investigation.
Bosma’s badly burned body was found in the Waterloo region, however, police wouldn’t confirm the location.
But CBC News is reporting that remains have been found at Millard’s farm in Ayr.
However it’s currently unknown whether the remains are human or animal.
Few police investigators were seen at the Ayr farm on Monday but a tow-truck was seen entering the farm land shortly before noon.
Early last week, an incinerator was found on the farm.
Bosma disappeared while taking two men on a test drive of his black 2007 Dodge Ram that he was attempting to sell through online classified ads.
He likely died soon after he left his Ancaster home, police said.
Police believe at least one other person was following the his truck and are searching for at least two other suspects.
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