(RCMP)

Two Vancouver Island teens who were considered missing earlier this week have now been deemed suspects in the deaths of three people in Northern BC, according to provincial RCMP.

On Monday, July 22nd, BC RCMP believed that 19-year-old Kam Mcleod and 18-year-old Bryer Schmegelsky from Port Alberni were missing people after their burning truck was located close to a deceased male off the side of Highway 37 near Stikine River Bridge.

Today, police have announced that pair of teens are now considered suspects in the deaths of three people in Northern BC.

The deaths include the unidentified man found near the teens’ burnt-out pickup truck near Dease Lake and a travelling couple, 24-year-old Chynna Noelle Deese and 23-year-old Lucas Roberston Fowler, who are believed to have been killed on a remote stretch of BC highway between July 14th-15th.

Police say McLeod and Schmegelsky were last seen in northern Saskatchewan driving in a silver 2011 Toyota RAV4.

Suspect Descriptions

Kam McLeod is described as:

  • Stands 6’ 4” tall
  • Weighs approximately 169 pounds
  • Dark brown hair and facial hair
  • Brown eyes

Bryer Schmegelsky is described as:

  • Stands 6’ 4” tall
  • Weighs approximately 169 pounds
  • Sandy brown hair

Anyone who sees the pair is asked not to approach them and to call 911 immediately, or if you have any information, contact the Major Crime Tipline at 1-877-543-4822 or 778-290-5291.

See also:

Truck of two missing Vancouver Island teens found ablaze in northern BC