On May 11, a driver of a newer model chevy truck slammed into a parked car on Sheridan Street in Brantford and continued on. Video is above. If you know of a truck with extensive front end damage or any information, please call Brantford Police.
Hamilton Police revealed in their press conference this afternoon that Tim Bosma’s body was found in Waterloo Region, it was burned beyond recognition. The truck recovered in the trailer at Dellen Millard’s mother’s house was belonging toTim Bosma. Hamilton Police believe he had died the night of the abduction.
A vehicle was following the Dodge Ram when they left for a test drive and there may be as many as three suspects yet to be charged.
Brantford Police, OPP, and Waterloo Regional Police will be executing search warrants and continuing their assistance in investigating this crime with the Hamilton Police. Crimestoppers is still looking for tips on other suspects and you can call 1-800-222-tips.
Hamilton Police confirm that they have found the body of Timothy Bosma. With help from Brantford Police, OPP, Peel Regional Police, and Waterloo Regional Police. Human remains were recovered burnt. The invesigation continues.
A Hamilton Police source confirms that Tim Bosma’s truck has been located at an address in Kleinburg, Ontario. The residence was a former family home of the one man arrested in this case, Dellen Millard. Kleinburg is a suburb north of Toronto in Vaughan. Still no word yet on the location of Tim Bosma himself. No official confirmation has yet been given by Hamilton Plice, Peel Regional Police, or the OPP. Tim has been missing since Monday night.
Several OPP cars outside this former BGI factory west of Brantford in connection to Timothy Bosma investigation. This is allegedly where the phone was found. Police are still looking for tips, and continue to search North of the 403 and Oak Park area. If you know anyone matching the description of suspects please call 905-546-2100 or 1-800-222-8477