Manitoba RCMP took the stand at 2 p.m. local time on Wednesday, Aug. 7 to deliver a massive update on the B.C. murder suspects, Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19. At the conference, Assistant Commissioner of the Manitoba RCMP offered a public statement, stating that they believe the bodies of the two wanted Northern B.C. teens have been found.\nAt the press conference, a representative stated, “I don’t think I’ve ever seen this many people standing watching a press conference.”\nAs Narcity previously reported, critical evidence was found on August 2, 2019. Following the discovery, they were able to narrow down the search. The bodies, which are believed to belong to McLeod and Schmegelsky, were uncovered near the shoreline of the Nelson River in Manitoba at about 10 a.m. local time on Wednesday, August 7.\nThe bodies were found in dense brush, about eight kilometres from where a car was found burned.\nCanadian police announced that they have located the remains of two males, who they believe to be the suspects in the murder of three people in British Columbia.https://t.co/SuDbKNJF6n— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) August 7, 2019\nAt this time they “believe these are the bodies of the two suspects,” according to the Assistant Commissioner. An autopsy is being scheduled to confirm the identities and the cause of death.\nAfter the public announcement, Assistant Commissioner Jane MacLatchy opened the floor for questions, many of which she was unable to answer. What she did say, though, is that she is “confident that it is them” but that “to be sure we have to go to autopsy,” when asked if the bodies belonged to the B.C. murder suspects. As for the homicides, Mclatchie stated that her colleagues in British Columbia are investigating.\nThe search is over. At 10am this morning, Manitoba RCMP officers located the bodies of two males, believed to be the BC suspects, near the shoreline of the Nelson River (approx 8km from the burnt vehicle). #rcmpmb pic.twitter.com/tZ7EBFsNDr— RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) August 7, 2019\nAccording to CBC News in a tweet, the autopsies will take place in Winnipeg on Wednesday. They will confirm whether it is the bodies of the two suspects, and also reveal the cause of death. Officials say that they believe the public is no longer at risk.\nOn Friday Aug. 2, Manitoba RCMP uncovered evidence directly linked to the suspects along the shoreline of the Nelson River. The location of the unspecified items was just nine kilometres away from where their broken-down SUV was found. All of this took place in the Gilliam area of Manitoba.\nThe case of Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod’s man hunt began when the two missing Port Alberni teens became suspects in a Northern B.C. murder case involving the deaths of Lucas Fowler, a 23-year-old Australian man, and Chynna Deese, a 24-year-old American woman. After which, a third murder was linked to the pair.\nAfter becoming high-profile suspects, the two were spotted in Manitoba and were believed to have altered their appearances. They were then recorded on surveillance footage in Saskatchewan.\nAs more time passed without another spotting, the public and the police grew worried that the teens may never surface.