Toronto man charged in Bosma case
Second suspect remains at large, Tim Bosma still not found
Tim Bosma and his baby daughter.
Dellen Millard, 27, of Toronto, has been arrested in connection with the Tim Bosma case. Millard is the man reported to have "ambition" tattooed on his wrist. Hamilton Police announced that he has been charged with forcible confinement and theft over $5,000. He was arrested "without incident" on Cawthra Road in Mississauga at some point Friday evening. A second suspect in the case has not been identified yet and therefore remains at large. Bosma has still not been found, however, and police continue to search for him. Police have fielded more than 300 tips from the public. Hamilton Police Chief Glen De Caire thanked the public for their ongoing support, saying that "a crime against one in this community is a crime against all." Police said they will update the public again on Monday, unless more is uncovered over the weekend. Members of the Ontario Provincial Police and Brantford Police have a combined 150 officers conducting ground searches in the Brantford area. Social media was buzzing early Saturday with reports of police helicopters overhead.;