Police officers were seen carrying equipment from the trucks into Col. Russell Williams's house. ((Paul Morisset/CBC))

Two large cube trucks were parked outside the Ottawa home of Col. Russell Williams Tuesday as provincial police continued to search the inside of the house as part of their investigation into the murders Williams is charged with committing.

The two unmarked trucks joined OPP cruisers that remained at the front and back of the home on Edison Avenue in Ottawa's Westboro neighbourhood. Police officers were seen carrying equipment from the trucks into the house.

Williams, 46, the former commander of the Trenton Canadian Forces base, has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Jessica Lloyd, 27, and Cpl. Marie-France Comeau, 38.


Two large trucks were parked on Edison Avenue, a short distance from the front of Col. Russell Williams's house. ((CBC))

He was arrested on Feb. 7 and remains in custody. He also faces charges in connection with two sexual assaults in Tweed, Ont., a small community north of Belleville where Williams and his wife own a cottage.

Williams and his wife moved into the Westboro home last December. Police have also been searching the couple's cottage in Tweed.