Police officers in the Canadian province of Manitoba on Sunday after possible observation of the two youngsters suspected of at least three murders – including the murders of an American woman and her Australian friend, police said. LERRY CONSTANT with the first nation of York factory said that the Royal Canadian Police (RCMP) will seek Cam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelski "in our York Lending community" after "possible observation" around the landfill on Sunday night.
About two-and-a-half hours later, he added, "The police have deployed a lot of resources in the York Lending area," in an attempt to arrest suspects. said the suspects were not caught and that the RCMP would remain in the area with helicopters, police dogs and emergency response teams "until further notice".
He said that "heavily armored officers" "conducted ground searches with dogs," but helicopters and unmanned airplanes were limited due to strong winds.
"Everyone, please, stay indoors with locked doors. And all vehicles must be parked, "advises Constant.
"A heavy police presence can be expected in the area," Tvit continued.
CANADA CREATIVES CAN HAVE EXCEPTIONAL COPIES WITH "NONE WHO ARE NOT POLITICAL FRIENDS". A source close to the investigation told Fox News on Saturday that McLeod and Schmegelski had escaped from the city of Manitoba where they were last seen "with someone who is not a friend of the police." people in the northern part of the province. Gillam is about a four-hour drive from York Landing.
Earlier on Sunday, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police reported that police officers spent the day searching for villas, cabins, waterways and the Gillam railway line for any signs of suspects. They added that the search for distant regions takes place both on the ground and in the air.
The news goes on to say, "The terrain is huge and diverse with lakes, lakes, mosses, etc."
The police asked, "Anyone who can inadvertently have helped the suspects to contact the police. "
19-year-old MacLeod and 18-year-old Shmegelsky were searched for the death of 24-year-old American Chynna Deese, her Australian friend Lucas Fowler, 23 and Lennard Dike, 64, from Vancouver, British Columbia.
The bodies of Dee and Fowler appeared on July 15 along the Alaska Highway near Liverpool Hot Springs, British Columbia. Both were shot.
McLaud and Schmegelsky are charged with a second-degree murder at Dake's death.
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the body was discovered five days after the debris of Dees and Fowler was discovered.
Possible motive was unclear. On Thursday, the RCMP said the suspects were spotted in the Gilam area, about 2,000 miles from where the three bodies were found.
The RCMP reported that the police had begun to sponsor "any home and building in the Gilliam area. Assets from the Canadian Armed Forces arrived in Guillam early Saturday to help with air demand, officials added.
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Investigators visited more than 250 homes in
Christina Corbin, Jackie Heinrich, Bradford Betz and Associated Press contributed to this report