HAMILTON, ONT. (WIVB) - An Ontario man who had been the subject of a search for more than a week has been found dead
Hamilton Police Chief Glenn De Caire announced the death of Tim Bosma, a 32-year-old father, on Tuesday.
He said burned human remains were located and police are convinced they are Mr. Bosma's.
Mr. Bosma was last seen at his rural home in Ancaster, just outside Hamilton, in the evening of May 6 when he took two men to test drive his 2007 black Dodge Ram pickup truck, which he advertised for sale online.
Police say Bosma was contacted by two men in their mid-20s, who arrived at his home on foot. After leaving with them for a test drive, he never returned.
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