TORONTO – Hamilton Police said forensic analysis of two locations and three vehicles seized in relation to the Tim Bosma investigation should be completed by May 18.
Police issued a release Friday morning saying investigators are continuing to collect evidence and are still trying to identify the “outstanding suspects.”
Toronto resident Dellen Millard has been charged with first degree murder, forcible confinement and theft over $5,000 in connection to Bosma’s disappearance.
Police have been investigating two of Millard’s Waterloo-area properties: farmland in Ayr, Ont. and at least one hangar at the Waterloo International Airport.
Police confirmed Thursday they’d discovered an incinerator on Millard’s farmland property. Though police did not give a specific location, police had said previously Bosma’s body was found badly burned somewhere in the Waterloo Region.
Bosma disappeared from outside his rural Ancaster home late May 6 when he took two men – apparently interested in his truck – on a test drive.
Police say Bosma likely died soon after he left his home.
Police alleged Millard was one of those men and are seeking at least one other suspect.
Funeral arrangements for Bosma will take place at 11 a.m. on May 22, at a Hamilton banquet hall called Carmen’s.
With files from James Armstrong