Scale down of search efforts in N.Manitoba anounced in statement from Assistant Commissioner RCMP Manitoba
BRYER SCHMEGELSKY'S FATHER IS TRYING
TO GET HIS BOOK PUBLISHED
AS THE TEENAGERS ARE STILL ON THE RUN
HE WROTE A BOOK ABOUT HIS OWN TROUBLED AND CRIMINAL PAST
IT WAS TO BE SELF PUBLISHED THIS WEEK
THE BOOK IS CALLED "RED FLAGGED"
"On Aug 2, several items directly linked to the suspects were found on shoreline, 9km along the Nelson River. RCMP Underwater Recovery Team did not find additional items. Roadblock on PR 290 has been removed, but officers remain in the Gillam area.
Social media reports the search in the Manitoba region continues. The focus seems to be on the Sundance settlement and its surroundings. The search would take place on land and with the help of helicopters. This morning the roadblock near Sundance was set up again.Sundance is an abandoned community with many vacant properties
The search is over. At 10am this morning, Manitoba RCMP officers located the bodies of two males, believed to be the BC suspects, near the shoreline of the Nelson River (approx 8km from the burnt vehicle).
RCMP headed into the bush trying to further map the path that the suspects took
Metal detectors are also used when searching. Nothing has been announced yet about establishing identity and the cause of death
An object has been found that may be of interest to the investigation
Details on autopsies of bodies believed to be Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky could be released Monday
Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod had been dead for several days when they were found. Their bodies were found about 8 km from the location of the burnt-out car of Mr. Dyck
"RCMP may have good reason to withhold suspected killer’s last wishes from father, experts say"
Alan Schmegelsky’s lawyer, Sarah Leamon, tweeted the news this afternoon that her client was able to view the video
Abandoned boat found on the shore of the Nelson River