Tim Bosma trial Day 2: Crown presents 1st look at forensic evidence

A tenant who lived downstairs from Tim and Sharlene Bosma was back in the witness box in Hamilton in the trial of two men accused of killing the Ancaster, Ont., man. continued today.

Fingerprint evidence examined as court resumes

Sharlene Bosma, in red coat, the widow of Tim Bosma, arrives at the John Sopinka Courthouse in Hamilton on Monday. Dellen Millard of Toronto, and Mark Smich from Oakville, Ont., are both charged with first-degree murder in Bosma's death. (Peter Power/Canadian Press)

After more testimony from a tenant who lived downstairs from Tim and Sharlene Bosma, court has begun to explore the first pieces of forensic evidence at the trial of two men accused of killing the Ancaster, Ont., man.

Wayne De Boer was in the Bosmas' home on May 6, 2013, when two men came to test drive the truck Tim Bosma was selling online.

De Boer said he and Sharlene Bosma had a strange feeling about the whole situation after her husband drove off with the men. He joked to her, "That was weird. That might be the last time we ever see him."

De Boer was cross-examined by both defence lawyers, after which the Crown moved on to begin a look at fingerprint evidence.

The trial of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich, each charged with first-degree murder, began Monday in Superior Court in Hamilton.

The trial resumed today at 1 p.m. ET.

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