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Possible sighting of murder suspects from Canada reported as police warmers in Manitoba



Manitoba province officials stormed into a community on Sunday after possibly seeing two teenagers suspected of committing at least three murders, including the killing of an American and her Australian friend.

Residents of the area were asked to stay in the house and keep their doors locked at home.

Chief Leroy Constant of York Factory's First Nation said the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) would conduct a search for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky our community of York Landing "after a" possible sighting "around a landfill on Sunday night.

  The police said the search for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky will continue on Sunday.

The police said the search for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky will continue on Sunday.
(Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

About two and a half hours later, he added, "The police have used several resources in the York Landing area to arrest the suspects.

Constant The suspects have not been caught and the RCMP will remain in the area "for the time being" with helicopters, police dogs and task forces.

He said "heavily armored officers" would conduct "ground searches with dogs", but helicopters and drones were limited due to strong winds.

"All please stay inside with locked doors. And all vehicles should be parked, "advised Constant.

RCMP confirmed its presence in the area by tweeting on Sunday evening that several police resources were being sent to York Landing "to investigate a clue that the two suspects may be in or around, the community. "

" A strong police presence in the region is to be expected, "the tweet continued.

CANADIAN MURAGERS MAY BE TRIGGERED WITH" ANYONE WHO IS NOT POLICE-FRIENDLY "SAYS The City of Manitoba in which they were last seen "with someone who is not polite-friendly."

The source added that the two could have changed their appearance and offered cash to a driver around the area of ​​Gillam, a city of about Gillam is about four hours' drive from York Landing.

Early on Sunday, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police tweeted that the officials had spent the day in Gillam for signs of suspects They added that the search for remote areas was done both on the ground and in the air.

The tweet continued, "The site is unused Erratic and varied with lakes, ponds, musk barrels, etc. "

Police have" asked anyone who may have accidentally helped the suspect to contact the police. "

  Earlier on Sunday, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced that officials were looking for houses, cabins, waterways and along the railway line showing signs of suspects.

Earlier this Sunday, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said officials were scanning cabins, cabins, waterways, and along the railway track for signs of suspects.

On Friday, police confirmed that a Cold Lake resident, Alberta, had helped the suspect unleash their Toyota Rav-4 off a local lane on July 21st. The investigators said the suspects "continued their journey after a brief, inconspicuous interaction."

McLeod, 19, and Schmegelsky, 18, were arrested in connection with the death of American Chynna Deese, 24, of her Australian friend Lucas Fowler, 23, and Leonard Dyck, 64, Vancouver, British Columbia.

  23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler (left) and 24-year-old American friend Chynna Deese pose on an undated photo and the couple showed up earlier this month

23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler (left) and 24-year-old American friend Chynna Deese pose on an undated photo and the couple showed up earlier this month.
(Deese Family via AP, File)

The corpses of Deese and Fowler appeared on July 15 on the side of the Alaska Highway near Liard Hot Springs, British Columbia. Both had been shot.

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McLeod and Schmegelsky were charged with Dyck's second degree murder The body was taken five days after the discovery of the remains of Deese and Fowler discovers.

One possible motive was unclear.

The teenagers were originally considered missing, but were named as suspects in the killings last Tuesday. On Thursday, the RCMP said the suspects were discovered in the Gillam area, more than 2,000 miles from where the three bodies were found. "Canadian Forces assets arrived in Gillam early Saturday to assist in the search from the air.

CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP. Gilliam area, the Police on Sunday.

Cristina Corbin of Fox News, Jacqui Heinrich, Bradford Betz and The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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