|The burned body of Tim Bosma was found on a farm 12 km west of Cambridge owned by the family of accused killer Dellen Millard. Crime scene tape hangs across the driveway into the property in this May 2013 file photo. (CHRIS DOUCETTE/QMI Agency Files)
NORTH DUMFRIES, Ont. -- Nearly four months after an Ancaster, Ont., man's charred remains were found on a farm owned by his accused killer, Dellen Millard, the property was once again a beehive of police activity Monday.
Toronto Police, who searched the farm west of Cambridge, Ont., in May after Hamilton, Ont., cops wrapped up their investigation into Tim Bosma's slaying, returned with another search warrant.
"We're searching the same location," Const. Victor Kwong confirmed Monday.
He said the second search warrant was obtained on the basis of "new information," but he wasn't able to elaborate.
However, when police searched the property in May they explained they were taking a fresh look at the disappearance of Millard's former girlfriend,
Laura Babcock, and his father Wayne's apparent suicide.
Babcock, 23, vanished in June 2012 and according to her cellphone records, the last call she made was to Millard.
And Millard's dad was found dead last November from what was initially thought to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Tim Bosma. (Handout Photo)