Disturbing Details on BC Homicide Suspects

RCMP Handout on BC Homicide Suspects
RCMP Handout on BC Homicide Suspects

THUNDER BAY – As the police manhunt continues in Manitoba for the two suspects in the triple homicide in British Columbia continues disturbing details are coming out about the suspects.

Bryer Schmegelsky’s father Alan Schmegelsky says that “A normal child doesn’t travel across the country killing people. A child in some very serious pain does”.

Alan states it is his belief that Bryer Schmegelsky is on a “suicide mission” and that his intent is on going out in a “blaze of glory” in a possible gun battle with police. “He’s going to be dead today or tomorrow,” Alan told reporters. “Rest in peace, Bryer. I love you. I’m so sorry all this had to happen. I’m so sorry that I couldn’t rescue you.”

Bryer Schmegelsky and 19-year-old Kam McLeod is wanted in connection to murders of Lucas Fowler, from Australia along with his American girlfriend Chynna Deese.

The two were killed on the side of a remote section of the Alaska Highway, approximately 12 miles south of Liard Hot Springs.

Canada-wide warrants have been issued for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky. RCMP investigators across the country continue to share information with other law enforcement agencies as the suspects remain at large.

Gilliam Manitoba where the suspects were reportedly spotted
Gilliam Manitoba where the suspects were reportedly spotted

There are concurrent investigations in Saskatchewan and Manitoba into the sightings reported to the police of the two suspects. Saskatchewan RCMP had received reports of the suspects being spotted in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan on July 21. On July 24, Manitoba RCMP confirmed that the RAV4 the pair were traveling in, was recovered on fire in the Gillam area in the Northern part of the province in the evening of July 22.

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