Missing teenagers turned into suspects in the murder of three people
The search for two Canadian adolescents who, from the missing, turned into suspects in the murder of three people, became a kind of hunt in the swampy desert near the Canadian province of Manitoba.
Canadian police said they confirmed the presence of Cam MacLeod and Brier Schmegelsky in the area. This place is not far from where they found the burnt Toyota RAV4.
A spokeswoman for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Julie Kurchin, told reporters that the teenagers were seen before the police found the car set on fire. This indicates that adolescents were in the area for several days.
PUBLIC SAFETY - Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky MAY be in Manitoba and are considered dangerous. We have reasons to believe they were recently in the Gillam area. If you spot them - take no actions - do not approach - call 911 or your local police immediately. #rcmpmb pic.twitter.com/yh2yV78oZd
- RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) July 23th, 2019
The police assumes that the couple is walking on rough ground on foot, since no cars have been registered in this area.
In search of teenagers involved drones and dogs.
- RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) July 26th, 2019
“This is a very difficult landscape. There are a lot of dense bushes, forests, marshlands, ”said Julie Kurchin.
MacLeod and Shmegelsky, originally from Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, have been friends since childhood. They are accused of killing second degree 64-year-old Dick Leonard.
BC RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating 19 yr. old Kam McLeod & 18 yr. old Bryer Schmegelsky who have not been in contact with their family for the last few days & were driving the vehicle found on fire 50 km south of Dease Lake. https://t.co/achxhv1Dj0 pic.twitter.com/bFrqKucerL
- BCRCMP (@BCRCMP) July 22th, 2019
Dick, a professor at the University of British Columbia, was found dead near Diz Lake on July 19.
They are also wanted in connection with the death of two tourists, 24-year-old American Chinna Deese and her Australian boy 23-year-old Lucas Fowler, the son of New South Wales chief inspector Stephen Fowler.
On Monday, police found their bodies on the Alaska Highway. Fowler and Diz traveled to Canada. The destination of their trip was Alaska, but their Chevrolet 1968 of the year broke.
The police initially considered McLeod and Shmegelsky missing, but then declared them suspected of three murders.
“Over the past 48 hours, we have received 80 messages and continue to ask the public to remain vigilant against Kama MacLeod and Brier Schmegelsky,” the police said in a statement.
“If you notice them, don’t come up, call 911 or the local police immediately!” The warning says.
If teenagers really go on foot, then they will have a difficult journey, local residents are sure.
“We have mosquitoes, flies, horseflies and mosquitoes. There are 10-20 times more of this in the bushes, ”Deputy Mayor of Gillam John McDonald told CNN.
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