Barry and Honey Sherman murder probe receives ‘significant contribution’ from Toronto Police intelligence squad, court records reveal

The Toronto Police intelligence unit has been called in to the Barry and Honey Sherman murder probe and has recently made a “significant contribution,” according to documents filed in court in the high-profile case.

The details of that contribution were not revealed by the police detective who filed the court document, but in it he outlined that he believes the unit’s contribution will soon lead to more search warrant requests.

Multi-billionaire pharmaceutical titan Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey, well-known philanthropists, were found dead in the basement swimming pool room of their Toronto home on Friday, Dec. 15, 2017. Strangled, they were seated with their backs to the pool, leather belts looped around their necks and attached to a metre-high railing just above their heads. The Shermans were most likely killed late Wednesday evening, two days previous. For six weeks, police investigators strongly considered the possibility it was a murder-suicide.

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