Tim Bosma trial: Millard called body shop about repainting a truck

A body shop owner tells the Tim Bosma trial he was called by Dellen Millard about a rush job repainting a truck from black to red

Court is also hearing more testimony from Toronto man who was selling a similar truck

Arthur Jennings told a Hamilton court Thursday that he took this photo of Tim Bosma's truck inside the Millard Air hangar in 2013. (Arthur Jennings/Court exhibit)

A body shop owner testified in the Tim Bosma trial Monday that he was called by Dellen Millard about a rush job repainting a truck from black to red.

That owner, Tony Diciano, was the second witness of the day.

The trial resumed first with the cross-examination of a man who was selling a truck much like the one Tim Bosma owned before he was killed in 2013. 

The man, a former soldier in Israel's army, had gone on a test drive with two men and helped lead police to one of the men accused in Bosma's death. 

Toronto resident Igor Tumanenko, who took two men on a test drive days before Bosma disappeared, was being cross-examined by Nadir Sachak, one of Millard's lawyers.

Tumanenko began testifying Thursday. Court wasn't held Friday.

Last week, jurors heard from several witnesses, including a man who worked at Millard Air in 2013. 

Arthur Jennings testified Thursday in a Hamilton courtroom that he found Bosma's missing truck in a hangar at Dellen Millard's family aircraft maintenance company. 

"My exact words to myself were, 'Oh my God, could that be the truck?'" Jennings told the court.

Dellen Millard, 30, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 28, of Oakville, Ont., are charged with first-degree murder in the death of Bosma, a Hamilton resident. Both have pleaded not guilty.

Jennings said he was doing a work placement at Millard Air when he found the missing truck on May 8, 2013.

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