WINNIPEG — A massive manhunt is over after two bodies believed to be British Columbia murder suspects were found in dense brush in northern Manitoba. RCMP assistant commissioner Jane MacLatchy said the
Canadian police have found “several items directly linked” to two teenage boys suspected in the killings of an Australian man, his American girlfriend and a Canadian university lecturer. The pair, Kam
Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, are suspects in the killing of a young couple and a 64-year-old man. Police in Canada found several items on a river shoreline in Manitoba “directly linked” two
The RCMP have found several items on the shore of the Nelson River “directly linked” to two men wanted in three deaths in Northern B.C., but the discovery hasn’t led police any closer to finding the fugitives.