NORTH DUMFRIES, Ont. – Toronto police said officers will be returning Tuesday to the North Dumfries, Ont., farm owned by Dellen Millard — a suspect in the murder of 32-year-old Ancaster man Tim Bosma.
A forensics team arrived at the farm Monday morning, moving in and out of the barn on the farm wearing face masks, white lab coats and gloves. Police said officers are executing a search warrant due to new information.
Police did not reveal the new information, but said the ongoing investigation at the property is related to the death of Millard’s father, Wayne, and the disappearance of 23-year-old Laura Babcock, who detectives have said was in the escort business and had a relationship with Millard.
“We’re not saying what it is that we’re there for this time, but these are the two cases that we have been working on, so it’s going to be one of those things,” Constable Victor Kwong told 680News.
“It has always been known that the two Toronto cases had always been in relation to a missing woman, and into the death of Wayne Millard.”
Babcock went missing last June, while Millard’s father died of an apparent suicide last November. However, the case of the latter was reopened after Millard was charged with the murder of Bosma.
Millard, 28, and Mark Smich, 25, are charged with first-degree murder in the death of Bosma.
The father of a two-year-old girl vanished May 6 after leaving his home in his black 2007 Dodge Ram pick-up truck with two men for a test drive.
His remains were found about a week later burned beyond recognition in Waterloo Region.