1. Canadian Police: Fugitives Died Days Before Being Found  Newser
  2. McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky’s hometown of Port Alberni fear infamy  PerthNow
  3. Canada manhunt suspects accused of killing 3 in British Columbia died by suicide, officials say  WTVD-TV
  4. Canadian Teen Murder Suspects' Autopsies Reveal They Died by Suicide: Police  PEOPLE.com
  5. Looking for 'why' in killings - Canada News  Castanet.net
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Neighbours of the two Canadian teens suspected of killing Australian Lucas Fowler and two others are afraid their town has been permanently scarred.Neighbours of the two Canadian teens suspected of killing Australian Lucas Fowler and two others are afraid their town has been permanently scarred.

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A certified criminal profiler says investigators should find clues about why two men might have killed three people in northern British Columbia and whether there was a leader and a follower by studying exactly how the victims were killed.A certified criminal profiler says investigators should find clues about why two men might have killed three people in northern British Columbia and whether there was a leader and a follower by studying exactly how the victims were killed.

Looking for 'why' in killings - Canada News - Castanet.net

Two bodies found near Gillam, Man. last week have been identified as B.C. fugitives Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod, RCMP announced Monday.Two bodies found near Gillam, Man. last week have been identified as B.C. fugitives Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod, RCMP announced Monday.

Suspects in BC murder investigation died by suicide, autopsy results suggest: RCMP | CTV News

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Some of the RCMP officers in pursuit of two B.C. homicide suspects are leaving York Landing, Man., after their extensive search of the community appeared to turn up nothing. Some of the RCMP officers in pursuit of two B.C. homicide suspects are leaving York Landing, Man., after their extensive search of the community appeared to turn up nothing. 

“Officials say the two bodies found near Gillam Manitoba last week are the fugitive teens they've been searching for, and police believe they died by suicide. The manhunt for 18 YO Bryer Schmegelsky and 19 YO Kam McLeod lasted more than two weeks. https://t.co/g4XEYESfBi”

Pooja Lodhia on Twitter: "Officials say the two bodies found near Gillam Manitoba last week are the fugitive teens they've been searching for, and police believe they died by suicide. The manhunt for 18 YO Bryer Schmegelsky and 19 YO Kam McLeod lasted more than two weeks. https://t.co/g4XEYESfBi"

“BREAKING: RCMP say Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky died in what appears to be suicides by gunfire. https://t.co/P4qy2CosTv”

Vassy Kapelos on Twitter: "BREAKING: RCMP say Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky died in what appears to be suicides by gunfire. https://t.co/P4qy2CosTv"

“Canadian Police have completed autopsies and say triple murderers Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod died from "suicides by gunfire" @TheTodayShow”

Tom Steinfort on Twitter: "Canadian Police have completed autopsies and say triple murderers Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod died from "suicides by gunfire" @TheTodayShow"

“Strong reporting by @DanBilefsky from Port Alberni, hometown of Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky. The killings have "brought a sense of dread to Port Alberni, where people fear that the town will now be forever remembered for one thing: murder." https://t.co/kNoRGcs4zB”

Shannon Busta on Twitter: "Strong reporting by @DanBilefsky from Port Alberni, hometown of Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky. The killings have "brought a sense of dread to Port Alberni, where people fear that the town will now be forever remembered for one thing: murder." https://t.co/kNoRGcs4zB"

Two British Columbia men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday. Police said it appears Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod were dead for a number of days before their bodies were found in the northern Manitoba wilderness on […]

Northern B.C. murder suspects died as a result of 'suicide by gunfire:' RCMP

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RCMP confirm bodies found in Manitoba were those of Port Alberni murder suspects

Officials confirmed the two bodies found near Gillam Manitoba last week are the fugitive teens, Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod, they've been searching for.Officials confirmed the two bodies found near Gillam Manitoba last week are the fugitive teens they've been searching for.

Canada manhunt suspects, Bryer Schmegelsky, Kam McLeod, accused of killing 3 in British Columbia died by suicide, officials say | abc11.com

The teens were wanted for questioning by Canadian authorities in the deaths of three peopleThe teens were wanted for questioning by Canadian authorities in the deaths of three people

Canadian Teen Murder Suspects Died by Suicide: Police | PEOPLE.com

The teens were wanted for questioning by Canadian authorities in the deaths of three people

Canadian Teen Murder Suspects Died by Suicide: Police | PEOPLE.com

Police say the two Canadian teens who are believed to have killed three people in British Columbia likely took a final pair of lives—their own. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police confirmed on Monday... World News Summaries. | NewserKam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky apparently took their own lives

Canadian Police: Fugitives Died Days Before Being Found

Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, were on the run after their suspected killing of a couple and another man.Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, were on the run after their suspected killing of a couple and another man.

Kam McLeod, Bryer Schmegelsky committed suicide by gunfire, police say

"I've just lost my son. I know exactly how you feel," said Bryer Schmegelsky's father.The father of BC murder suspect Bryer Schmeelsky says there’s “no glory” in knowing that his son will be remembered as a killer. In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia, Alan Schmegelsky sat-down with journalist Sarah Abo to speak about his son, who was found dead in the northern Manitoba wilderness last week, along with his friend Kam McLeod. Police confirmed on Monday that the Port Alberni teens died in what appears to be “suicides by gunfire.” The pair were each facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of Vancouver resident Leonard Dyck, whose body was found near a burnt-out pickup truck, close to Dease Lake, BC on July 19. They were also suspects in the deaths of couple Chynna Noelle Deese from North Carolina and Lucas Robertson Fowler of Australia. “It hurts a lot. He was my only child. Never get to hug him again. I never get to tease him again. I never get to spend a minute with him again,” Schmegelsky said during the interview. See also: - Death of BC murder suspects result of ‘suicides by gunfire’: police - UBC community ‘shocked’ after botany lecturer murdered in Northern BC - Teens charged with murder in Northern BC as cross-country manhunt intensifies - 2 missing teens now considered suspects in 3 Northern BC deaths - Young couple found in BC died from gunshot wounds: RCMP “At least I know where he is. His troubles are over, his troubles are over. I am so saddened that he felt that he had to take this road trip” The 60 Minutes special aired this weekend and followed Schemgelsky during the investigation. Throughout the interview, Schemelsky defended his son stating that he would not “see [his] son as a murderer until [he got] some facts.” He also apologized to the victims’ families for their loss, adding that he could sympathize with them after experiencing the loss of his own son. “I’m so sorry for what’s happened. Whether it’s my son, whether it’s something else, we don’t know, I’ve just lost my son. I know exactly how you feel.” ‘Kudos boys’ Schmegelsky said he was aware Bryer and Kam were headed to Alberta for work and only found out the pair were murder suspects when he saw his son’s face on the cover of The Vancouver Sun. “It was Monday morning and I was reading the news and there was my kid’s picture on the front cover of The Vancouver Sun — missing. That’s how I found out,” he said, adding that his “heart just sank,” when learned his son was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant. At one point during the manhunt, Schmegelsky learned that Kam and Bryer were mistakenly let through a police checkpoint after an officer did not recognize them. His jubilant reaction was captured on camera. “These boys are smart,” he said. They’re intelligent. Kudos boys, kudos,” he said. Schmegelsky also referred to Kam and Bryer as “little boys on the run” and expressed concern that “cops [were] going to come out and shoot them” during the manhunt. Son had troubled upbringing Later in the special, Schmegelsky admitted his Bryer “could have had a better upbringing” as he was caught up between a difficult divorce between his parents. He reunited with his son only a few years ago after facing his own battle with homelessness and mental health issues. “He was raised by YouTube and video games. That’s who raised him, YouTube and video games,” he said. Upon learning of his son’s apparent suicide, Schmegelsky said his son’s fate is “beyond heartbreaking.” “You can’t describe it any better than that. There’s no sunshine, there’s no happiness. This is the worst nightmare anyone could ever imagine, ever. Victim’s sister responds Kennedy Deese, the sister of Chynna Deese, responded to Schemelsky’s comments in a Facebook post saying he did not offer a “genuine apology” for his son’s crimes. “Your sorrow is for yourself. You cannot relate to us, as we had no doings in the cause of your pain, when you’ve played a part in the cause of our pain,” she wrote. A memorial set up for Chynna Deese. (Kennedy Deese/ Facebook) “To the murderers and their family, the appropriate action when mistakes are made is taking responsibility. The proper public response would have been a genuine apology. But we still forgive you and have mercy.” Deese described her sister as a “once in a lifetime soul” who was “building a beautiful life with a future full of love and hope and adventure.” “She wanted children of her own. And she would have raised them to have eyes that were open to all the wonderful things this world has to offer.”