Two Canadian teenagers are accused of the murder of a 24-year-old American, and her 23-year-old Australian boyfriend, and an as-yet-unknown man, reported The Guardian. Initially it is investigated, the police of the disappearance of the two teenagers.
On the 15th of July, the bodies of Chynna Noelle Deese, and her boyfriend, Luke Robertson Fowler, was found along a remote road in the west of the country.
The two were in a blue van and doing a road trip in the direction of Alaska. The vehicle had a broken rear window, found in the protected area Liard Hot Springs. The body of the Deese, and Fowler, the layers close to the van. They are, according to the police, most likely on the 14th or 15th of July, has died.
Four days later, on the 19th of July, and there was a burnt out bus along the same highway found. Within 2 km of the vehicle was the body of a still unidentified man has been discovered. The vehicle turned out to belong to the Canadian-teens-tooth Comb daughter from his first marriage (at 19), and Bryer Schmegelsky (18) will be listed as missing in action were reported.
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The suspects are no longer missing
They are now accused of the murder of Deese, Fowler and the man with no name. The teens were last seen South of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, and is no longer considered missing in action are seen, notify the police. The two were last spotted in a gray Toyota RAV4, a 2011.
According to the politiewoordvoerder Janelle Schoihet, the two are considered to be hazardous. “When you see them, do not come closer, do not take any action and to immediately call 911 (canada’s telephone number, ed.].”
The police show bewakingsbeeld of the slain couple in Canada
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