The Canadian Press
The Ontario Provincial Police have charged a person with first degree murder in a 12-year investigation into the gruesome death of an Ontarian.
This is the second arrest – and the first since 2011 – linked to the murder of Morris Conte, 45, of Bolton, Ontario.
His dismembered body was found in three different areas of central Ontario shortly after his disappearance in May 2010.
According to police in Orillia, Ont., a 62-year-old man from Woodbridge was arrested on Monday and charged with first degree murder.
Police say a $50,000 reward continues to be offered for information leading to the conviction of those responsible.
Police charged a man in July 2011 with accessory after the fact to murder and offense to a human body.