RCMP Autopsy Confirms Identities Of 2 Canadian Teen Fugitives And Cause Of Death
Manitoba Medical Examiner confirms the 2 bodies belong to Schmegelsky and McLeod.
RCMP have officially confirmed the identities and cause of death of the two bodies uncovered last week in Manitoba. The Manitoba Medical Examiner has announced that the two bodies belonged to Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky. Further, RCMP has stated that Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky died by suicide.
According to RCMP, the deaths of the two Port Alberni teens seem to be ruled suicide by gunfire in Gillam along the Nelson River in Manitoba.
On July 21, the pair were spotted in Cold Lake, Alberta. A few weeks later the murder suspects werein Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. The men were then spotted again in Northern Manitoba on July 25. On Aug. 2, were uncovered in Gillam, Manitoba. Days later, on August 7, believed to be the suspects.
The bodies were transported to Winnipeg for autopsy last week and the official results have officially been announced by the Manitoba Medical Examiner.
RCMP have not confirmed the motives behind the murders McLeod and Schmegelsky are accused of, and this is something that we may never know. The weapons used in the murders of Deese, Fowler and Dyck are still not known at this time.
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