Police in Toronto have asked for help to identify a suspect in the murder of a billionaire couple more than four years ago.
The dead bodies of pharmaceutical tycoon Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey were found dead on Dec. 15, 2017, in their $7 million Toronto mansion, hanging by belts attached to a railing.
"The timing of this individual's appearance is in line with when we believe the murders took place," Detective Sergeant Brandon Price said at a press conference. "This individual's actions are highly suspicious."
"We have been able to eliminate the vast majority of people captured on the video," said Price. "We are left with a very glaring unknown with this individual that requires an explanation if there is a legitimate one."
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"We have this individual coming into a very defined area around the Sherman's household and remaining in that area for a period and then leaving from that area," he said. "In our exhaustive video canvas, we were able to get images from nearby on either side and around the Sherman household. And this individual walks into that area, doesn't continue to walk through but remains in the area not covered by video footage and remains in there and then comes back out sometime later."