Tim Bosma trial: Focus shifts to incinerator discovered on farm

Jurors in the trial of two men accused of murdering Hamilton resident Tim Bosma are expected to hear today from police officers who found an incinerator called The Eliminator on Dellen Millard's farm.

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Forty members of Waterloo Regional Police took part in the Tim Bosma homicide investigation after the 32-year-old Hamilton man disappeared.

Jurors in the trial of two men accused of killing Hamilton resident Tim Bosma are expected to hear today from police officers who found an incinerator called The Eliminator on Dellen Millard's farm.

Millard, 30, and Mark Smich, 28, both face first-degree murder charges.

The Crown alleges Bosma's body was burned inside the incinerator in 2013 after he disappeared while taking his pickup truck on a test drive with two men.

The first witness Wednesday was Chaz Main, who regularly would ride his dirt bike on the adjoining property and was surprised in May, 2013, to have police officers stop him for questioning.

It's the third week of the Ontario Superior Court trial in Hamilton. The burned remains of Bosma, 32, were found days after he disappeared after taking his truck out for a test drive with potential buyers on May 6, 2013. 

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