After four months, testimony has wrapped up at the Tim Bosma murder trial.
More than 100 witnesses have testified including one of the accused, Mark Smich.
A Crown attorney told a Hamilton jury that the co-accused killers, Dellen Millard and Smich, planned for more than a year to steal a truck, abduct and kill its owner, and then burn the body in an animal incinerator.
Prosecutor Craig Fraser said Smich and Millard executed their plan with chilling perfection when they allegedly killed the Ancaster father.
The jury has been excused until next Wednesday when closing arguments will begin.
Millard’s lawyer will be up first, followed by the lawyer for Smich, and then the Crown.
It will then be up to the jury to decide whether Millard and Smich are guilty of first degree murder in the death of Bosma.
Tim Bosma went missing May 6, 2013 after taking two strangers on a test drive. His body was found more than a week later burned beyond recognition.
Both Millard and Smich have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.