TORONTO – Hamilton Police have found an incinerator on farmland owned by Dellen Millard, the man accused of killing Ancaster resident Tim Bosma.
Police confirmed the discovery of the incinerator to Global News Thursday afternoon.
Millard is charged with first degree murder, forcible confinement and theft over $5,000 in connection to Bosma’s disappearance.
His body was found badly burned somewhere in the Waterloo region, police said.
They would not confirm where the body was found but police are investigating two of Millard’s properties: The farmland in Ayr, Ont. and at least one hangar at the Waterloo International Airport.
Millard’s mostly vacant plot of land is on Roseville Road in Ayr. It backs up onto Highway 401 and according to the real estate agent who sold it to Millard, the plot is unusually hilly farm land.
Bosma disappeared from outside his rural Ancaster home late Monday, May 6 when he took two men – apparently interested in his truck – on a test drive.
Hamilton Police say Bosma likely died soon after he was left his home.
Police alleged Millard was one of those men and are seeking at least one other suspect.
Late Wednesday afternoon, Bosma’s wife conveyed her grief during a short, pre-written speech, at her Ancaster church.