Two bodies found in Canada are believed to be of the two teen suspects wanted for multiple murders , officials said at a press conference on Wednesday. Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, were wanted on Canada-wide warrants for second-degree murder in connection with the death of a man whose body was found along a highway near Dease Lake in northwest Canada on July The teens' truck camper was found in flames about 1. The teens, both Canadian, were also considered suspects in the shooting deaths of year-old American Chynna Deese and her year-old Australian boyfriend, Lucas Fowler, whose bodies were discovered July 15 along a highway near Liard Hot Springs, also in northwest Canada.
Bodies found in Canada believed to be teen suspects wanted for multiple murders, police say
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Canadian authorities believe two teens wanted for multiple murders died by suicide. Autopsy results released on Monday confirmed that the bodies found near the shoreline of the Nelson River in Manitoba, Canada , last week were those of Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, who were at the center of a nationwide manhunt after being named suspects in multiple murders, Royal Canadian Mounted Police said. The suspects died in what appeared to be suicide by gunfire. Police also found two firearms with the teens' bodies and are working to confirm that the weapons are connected to the murders in question. The pair were wanted on warrants for second-degree murder in connection with the death of a man whose body was found along a highway near Dease Lake in northwest Canada on July
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The Canadian men who evaded a country-wide manhunt for more than two weeks, and whose bodies were discovered last week , likely died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds, police have said. The results of an autopsy confirmed the human remains found near a river in Gillam, Manitoba, belonged to murder suspects Kam McLeod, 19 and Bryer Schmegelsky, Northern Manitoba had been the site of an intense and sustained search for the two men. Aided by dogs, drones — and at times, military aircraft — officers combed through thick forest and swampland.
Canadian teenagers tend to be busy and involved whether in school, at part-time work, in organized sports and cultural activities, and, of course, in socializing with their peers. Teenagers in Canada tend to be involved with their families and the vast majority of teens live with both parents. Canadian teens are expected to contribute to household chores and duties from washing dishes, to taking out the garbage, to shoveling snow in winter or mowing the lawn the rest of the year.