Teenagers Suspected Of Killing Lucas Fowler Found Dead In Canada

Teenagers Suspected Of Killing Lucas Fowler Found Dead In Canada

Authorities believe that two bodies found in Manitoba could be Canadian murder suspects Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19.

"We are speechless", Ms Deese said in a text message.

The search spanned several provinces, including 11,000 square kilometres of dense northern Manitoba wilderness and more than 500 homes in Gillam, Man. and the nearby Fox Lake Cree Nation.

Gillam is the northern Manitoba community that was the focus of a massive RCMP search prompted after police found a auto linked to the pair on July. 22.

The separate discoveries of three bodies and burning cars shook rural northern British Columbia and Manitoba.

"To the families of everyone affected by the series of events over the last few weeks, I know it has been so very hard and I hope today's announcement can now begin to bring some closure", MacLatchy said.

"That same day, a damaged boat was also recovered along the Nelson River", police said.

RCMP say the next of kin have been notified and they have been offered support.

"Our officers knew we needed just one piece of evidence to move the search forward & on Friday, August 2nd, the items found on the shoreline of the Nelson River & directly linked to the suspects, enables officers to narrow down the search", the RCMP reported on their twitter account.

At its peak, the investigation included members of the Canadian military, as well as drones, dogs, emergency crews and RCMP major crime units.

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"This was really hard search territory". Linking arms and traversing ground, as is normally done in search operations, was out of the question, Assistant Commissioner MacLatchy said.

McLeod and Schmegelsky, who told their families they were going to Whitehorse in search of work, were initially believed to be missing after the camper truck was found. RCMP named them suspects in the three killings on July 23, warning the public they were armed and unsafe. RCMP say the investigations into the three murders are ongoing.

Hackett said the Dyck, Deese and Fowler families were informed of the Manitoba findings.

"Our current belief [is that there] was nothing that links our victims together".

"I encourage anyone struggling at this time to take advantage of the services", she said.

Schmegelsky's father, Alan Schmegelsky, previously stated that his son was on a "suicide mission" and that he wanted to "go out in a blaze of glory".

Mounties have announced they've found human remains they believe are those of two murder suspects being sought in northern Manitoba. But that expert said there was a 90 percent chance they were still alive.

"When someone in your family dies, I know that f***ing pain", Schmegelsky tells Abo in an exclusive sneak peek.

Police had said Tuesday they were investigating all possibilities including the possibility that the suspects might have drowned. According to NBC, the bodies were found about five miles from where the teens' second vehicle was discovered.

"I'm so sorry all of this had to happen".

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