Toronto Police Inspector Hank Idsinga told a news conference today that they have received “a lot of information from a lot of different sources” regarding the murders of Barry and Honey Sherman.
Idsinga did not stray far from the script except to say the murder probe is “active and ongoing.’ He confirmed the private investigators hired by the Sherman family have completed their probe, and that the tip line offering a $10 million reward is now “offline.” Idsinga added the reward leading to an arrest and conviction remains on the table.
Police believe the killings of the Shermans was targeted but they won’t say if there is a motive or suspects. Idsinga said they are getting full cooperation from the family.
The billionaire couple was found slain in their mansion on December 15, 2017.
At the time of his murder, 75 year old Barry Sherman was chief executive officer of generic drug maker Apotex. His 73 year old wife Honey was well known for her charity work.
The Sherman family is expected to issue a statement later today.