Sunday, May 12, 2013

Ontario, Canada: Police guarding hangar at Waterloo airport in relation to missing Hamilton man case

The Millard Hanger sits at end of Jetliner Court on the north-west corner of Waterloo airport 

 The search for a Hamilton man missing for almost a week has taken police officers to a hangar at the Region of Waterloo International Airport. 

 Tim Bosma, 32, vanished Monday night after leaving his Hamilton home with a pair of men who responded to an online ad for his black 2007 Dodge Ram pickup. Bosma told his wife he was going with the men for a test drive and that he would be right back.

On Saturday, Hamilton police announced that they had arrested a suspect. Toronto resident Dellen Millard, 27, is charged with forcible confinement and theft over $5,000.

According to multiple media reports, Millard’s family founded Millard Air in the 1950s with 20 aircraft. The chartered airline once operated out of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. According to Canadian Skies, an aviation magazine, the airline moved their base to the Region of Waterloo International Airport in 2012 after its lease at Pearson expired. Millard Air owns a 50,000 square foot facility at the Waterloo airport, according to the magazine.

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