Bryer Schmegelsky & Kam McLeod May Have Had Help Escaping Police


Police previously said the two teens, suspected in three homicides in northern B.C., were in the Saskatchewan town, before they were named as suspects.

Daish isn't alone. The deaths of Fowler, Deese and Leonard Dyck, and the ensuing cross-country search for McLeod and Schmegelsky, have transfixed audiences around the globe.

Teen murder suspects Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod may have had help escaping the small Canadian town where they were last seen, a source close to the investigation has claimed.

President of the Canadian Police Association Tom Stamatakis said that police officers are working for hours in the buggy and swampy terrain to find the men, yet they need to be prepared for all outcomes.

McLeod and Schmegelsky have been charged with second-degree murder in Dyck's death, whose body was discovered a week after Deese and Fowler were found shot dead.

Police are also asking that anyone who may have unknowingly helped the two suspects flee the area to come forward.

Courchaine said police continue to check out more than 120 tips received in the last few days.

RCMP officers have started to canvass every home and building in the Gillam area as well as Fox Lake Cree Nation.

Cpl. Julie Courchaine says police aren't saying that's what happened, but aren't ruling out any possibilities.

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"A polar bear was spotted during the search for suspects earlier today - about 200km north of Gillam", the RCMP, with a photo of the bear, wrote in a tweet on Saturday.

McLeod and Schmegelsky are still considered armed and unsafe. The two men remain on the loose but are believed to be hiding somewhere in the Gillam area.

The user also said Schmegelsky "spoke highly" of the Azov Battalion, a far-right Ukrainian group whose logo resembles a swastika.

PHOTO:In this undated photo provided by the Deese family of Chynna Deese, 23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler, left, and 24-year-old American girlfriend Chynna Deese poses for a selfie. "WE want both boys to come home safe".

The sightings took place before the vehicle the suspects were known to be driving was found in flames on the side of a highway outside Fox Lake Cree Nation, 55 km (34 miles) north of Gillam.

Dyck's family said in a statement they were "truly heartbroken by the sudden and tragic loss".

Locals around Gillam predicted the teenagers would face extreme challenges - polar and black bears, wolves, irritating black flies and mosquitos, dense scrub and swamps - if they did, as suspected by the RCMP, enter bushland on Monday night after setting fire to their stolen getaway Toyota RAV-4.

"I was disgusted and dragged him out", the father told Canadian Press. "Relentless media [are] hounding us for answers we don't have", Keith McLeod said in his statement.