British Columbia Jul 26, 2019 4:26 PM EST

Two teen murder suspects may have left Manitoba town

ryer Schemelsky and Kam McLeod, the two teens who are being tracked down nationwide for murder charges, “may have left the area of Gillam, Manitoba” possibly with the aid of a third person who was not aware of who they were.

Two teen murder suspects may have left Manitoba town
Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC
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According to freelance journalist Justin Ling, Bryer Schemelsky and Kam McLeod, the two teens who are being tracked down nationwide for murder charges, “may have left the area of Gillam, Manitoba” possibly with the aid of a third person who was not aware of who they were.

Ling reports that the RCMP are saying the aid may have been “inadvertent.”

The two young men have been on the run since July 15th, when two tourists were killed on the side of Alaska Highway in B.C.

They have already been charged with second-degree murder of  Leonard Dyck, an instructor from the University of British Columbia.

Police have released a statement:

Police have released this official statement about how the suspects "may have inadvertently received assistance in leaving the area". #Canadamanhunt pic.twitter.com/xpJfeqcRlS— Cosmin Dzsurdzsa (@cosminDZS) July 26, 2019

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