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Canada Murders: Two missing Canadians are now considered suspects for the deaths of three people



Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, are considered dangerous and the public should not turn to them, the authorities said. They were last seen in northern Saskatchewan – about a day's drive east of the body where the bodies were found in British Columbia – with a gray 2011 Toyota RAV4.

McLeod is 6 feet, 4 inches, 169 pounds and has dark hair, facial hair, and brown eyes, and Schmegelsky is 6 feet, 4 inches, 169 pounds of gritty hair, the police said.

They suspect the death of Chynna Noelle Deese, a 24-year-old American, and Lucas are facing Robertson Fowler, her 23-year-old Australian friend. Their bodies were found on July 15 about 1
2 miles south of Liard Hot Springs in northern British Columbia the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.

Fowler lived in British Columbia and they inspected the area while Deese visited him, RCMP Sgt. Janelle Shoihet said. Deese's mother, Sheila Deese, said the couple was on a road trip through Canada to Alaska.

The police also said a McLeod and Schmegelsky vehicle had gone up in flames on Friday on Highway 37. When investigating the fire, the police discovered the body of an unknown man more than a mile away, the RCMP said in a statement.

The authorities issued a composite sketch of the man to help confirm his identity.

  The Canadian authorities issued a sketch of an unknown man whose body was found about a mile away from a couple shot in British Columbia.

The man was described as a Caucasian with a heavy physique, 50-60 years old, with gray hair and bushy hair beard, between 5 feet, 8 inches and 5 feet, 10 Inches tall.

The announcement that McLeod and Schmegelsky are suspects came just one day after the RCMP said it was "possible" that their disappearance was linked to the couple's death. Cpl. Chris Manseau had said it was unusual for investigators in sparsely populated areas of northern British Columbia to have two "complex and dynamic" cases simultaneously.

The teenagers, both from Port Alberni, traveled through British Columbia to the Yukon Territory to look for them work, the RCMP had said.

Victim's Family Expresses

Canadian police released a surveillance video of Fowler and Deese, the young couple, at a gas station in Fort Nelson on July 13, showing the couple leaving Fowlers Van at 7.30pm The investigators left the gas station at 19:47.

Deese's mother, Sheila Deese, told CNN that she had spent the night watching this video over and over again.

  Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler were on a road trip through British Columbia when they were killed.

"Every night gets harder The sketch did not bother me, it was the video," she said.

Deese's older brother Stetson, 30, said he was impressed by her affectionate embrace, which can be seen in the video.

"This video shows that they were happy, healthy and well on their way to possibly getting engaged and all that. They did not look like they had a problem in the world," he said. "They were a team and a unit, it was scary to watch this video because it looked great, there was nothing wrong with it." Reality.

"They were even nicer than they looked in their picture, they felt attracted because they were so much alike, free spirits, nothing kept Chynna from doing what she wanted to do, where she wanted to live her life to the fullest, "said Stetson Deese.


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