Man arrested in missing Ancaster man case, truck found

OPP officers confer as part of the search for Ancaster resident Tim Bosma, near the intersection of Paris and Oak Park roads northwest of Brantford on May 10, 2013.



WATERLOO, Ont. -- Hamilton, Ont., Police have reportedly found the pickup truck belonging to missing Ancaster, Ont., man Tim Bosma.

Media reports indicate a trailer was removed from a home on Tinsmith Court in Kleinburg, Ont., which is the home of Dellen Millard's mother, Madeleine.

Dellen Millard was arrested Saturday and charged with forcible confinement and theft over $5,000 in relation to Bosma's disappearance.

Several media outlets are also reporting that trailer contains the missing man's black Dodge Ram pickup truck.

The pickup and Bosma went missing since last Monday when two men showed up at his door and wanted to test drive the truck, which was up for sale. Bosma went with the men and has not been heard from since.

Millard's mother's next-door neighbour, Robert Dimas, said he was spending time with his own mother on Mother's Day when four or five police cruisers swooped in and seized a trailer parked in Madeleine's driveway.

While Dimas did not see what was in the trailer, he said rumours circulating around the neighbourhood were that there was a truck inside the trailer.

"There must have been something in there," he said.

"That's why they took the trailer away."

He said he had not seen Dellen Millard visit his mother in at least a decade and barely knew the man or his mother.

But Wednesday night a trailer was backed into her driveway, very close to the garage.

"It was up so close to it you would have had to open the garage door to get inside of it," he said.

At the time, he didn't think anything of it and had not been following the Bosma story closely. That all changed Sunday.

"Now this all feels like it's a little closer to home," he said.

Hamilton Police refused to confirm if Bosma's truck had been found at the home Sunday night when contacted by QMI Agency.

Police still have not found Bosma and their search shifted Sunday to an secluded 4,600-square-metre airplane hangar at Waterloo's international airport.

Hamilton Police taped off the road leading to the massive building and a lone police officer in a patrol car stood watch over the property. Investigators are reportedly waiting for a search warrant allowing them to enter the property on the north side of the airport which can only be accessed by one road.

The hangar, number 52, is believed to be owned by the family of Dellen Millard.

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