Canadian police divers are being deployed in the search for two teenage boys from the western part of the country that are on their way, three people would have been killed. Also, the air force, with helicopters, search dogs and drones have been deployed in the province of Manitoba, when a damaged boat that had been spotted on the report of the Canadian news media.
The big question is whether or not the boat with the help of duo-toothed Comb daughter from his first marriage (at 19), and Bryer Schmegelsky (18) can be used. The vessel would be located about 13 miles, found the place where agents, rather to the burnt-out car of the teenagers who was found.
The two friends left their jobs at a grocery store on Vancouver Island, on the 12th of July, in the back of pick-up and the announcement to the family that they are in the far north of the Yukon “the real money went to make money”.
They are at the end of July and was last seen in the northern part of Manitoba, is 3,000 miles from their place of residence was removed. During a routine check by the police they will have to stand.
Massive search did not yield any results
Last Sunday, it was reported in the York Landing, at the south-east of Gillam, it would have been, but a massive search has not been successful.
Scuba divers are now going to be 35 km north-east of Gillam in the river and the Nelson are looking for, but the police don’t want to say who or what exactly is being sought.
The divers are doing research on a place on Friday on the banks by the falls, the stream is corrupted, aluminum boat, has been found. A police officer said on the shore, on the water, after nothing was found.
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The teenagers are suspected of multiple murders
Daughter from his first marriage, and Schmegelsky to be accused of the murders of the young couple Chynna Deese (24) and Luke Fowler (23). Their bodies were found on July 15, was found along the famous Alaska Highway, in an area that is popular with campers.
A few days later, the body of 64-year-old botanist, Leonard anthony van Dyck of Vancouver, have been found. It was 2 miles away, found the burnt-out vehicle with the teenagers.
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