06/22/2015 12:47 EDT | Updated 06/22/2016 05:59 EDT

Police to reveal more video in Sina Parsi case

Police hope new footage of suspects Sabrina Chouart and Clyde Marshall, now entering their third week on the run from the law, will help the investigation into the death of Sina Parsi. 

The police will release the surveillance footage today at 1:30 p.m.

Sina Parsi, 32, disappeared on June 9, after he left a soccer game in the Teston Road and Highway 400 area. He drove away in his 2012 black Dodge Ram pick-up truck and was found dead, days later, in Toronto. Police declared it a homicide.

Chouart, 27, of Gatineau, Que., and Marshall, 32, a former resident of Saint John, have been fugitives ever since. They have been charged with first-degree murder. 

There have been unconfirmed sightings of the two in Timmins, Ont., Winnipeg and areas of British Columbia. 

Investigation continues

The following is a rough timeline of what has been released in the case.

June 9 Parsi left a soccer game near Hwy. 400 and Teston Road in Vaughan.

June 10 After the game, police say Parsi travelled to the apartment of Chouart and Marshall at 230 Woolner Ave. He arrived after midnight, police say.

Later that morning, around 4:10 a.m., Chouart and Marshall are seen on surveillance video getting onto elevators on the eighth floor of the apartment building. The two are walking a large dog.

It was revealed later the couple abandoned the dog on Bloor Street West near Islington Avenue. The dog was brought into Toronto Animal Services after being discovered by a passerby.

June 11 Police recover the Dodge Ram pick-up truck, Parsi's vehicle, near the Woolner Avenue apartment.

June 12 Police initially label Parsi's disappearance a missing persons case. Though later the same day, the case is moved to the homicide department, as the police find Parsi's body in the Woolner Avenue apartment.

June 13 Police alert the public of Chouart and Marshall, whom they charge with first-degree murder.

June 15 Toronto police release surveillance video showing Chouart and Marshall leaving their apartment building with the dog. A number of unconfirmed sightings of the two come in, placing them in northern Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia.

June 22 Police are expected to release further security video of the two suspects.