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959005] Cam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelski, 18 were originally considered missing after their burning truck was found on Friday near Disney Lake in British Columbia at 500 km south of the same route
But since then the two men have been spotted in the northern part of Saskatchewan, RCMP spokeswoman Janelle Schoheet told a press conference Tuesday, though she did not say exactly when and where they were seen. They were spotted as a gray driver 2011 Toyota RAV 4.
"Given recent developments, Kam and Bryer are no longer considered to be missing," said Shoihet.
The Royal Canadian Police now thinks two teenagers are suspected of Fowler and Dee's murders – as well as the second unidentified man whose body was found a few miles from McLeod and Schmegelsky's burning truck. The police did not point out the third victim or free the way of his death.
McLeod and Schmegelsky are considered dangerous, says Shoihet. She said, "If you see them, do not come near, do not take any action and immediately call 911."
MacLeod is described as approximately 1.93 meters (6 feet 4 inches) in height and weighing 76.6 kg (12 lb) with dark hair and facial hair. Schmegelski is described as having a similar physics with sandy-brown hair. The two suspects may have changed their appearance or changed the vehicle they were driving, warned Shoeheet.
"We believe that they continue to travel," said Shoeheet. Although the pair is thought to be dangerous, RCMP does not consider other possible cases related to them, a spokeswoman for the RCMP said. "We do not know anything," he said. "Now our focus is to find these two people."
The police are still looking for an unidentified man who has been seen talking to Fowler. Yesterday they published a complicated sketch and video of the incident.
New South Wales Fowler in Australia and Deer from North Carolina were approaching the end of a two-week trip to Alaska when the Alaska highway collapsed about 20km south of the Provincial Park of the Liard River, a popular tourist destination
were found on the road on July 15, but the police had to identify them for three days. The RCMP believes they were killed somewhere between July 14 and July 15.
On Friday, four days after Dees and Fowler's bodies were discovered, the police in Dee Lake, a few hours drive south, began searching. McLeod and Schmegelsky, after their truck was opened in flames near the city. Two young people traveled to Whitehorse in Yukon looking for a job
During the search for McLeod and Schmegelski, the body of another man was found two kilometers down the road, the HKCK said. The man has not yet been identified.