The search did not yield any items connected to the suspects.
Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, both of Port Alberni, British Columbia, are charged with killing a university lecturer and have been on the run for almost three weeks, with no confirmed sightings since July 22.
"RCMP have confirmed that these items are directly linked to the suspects".
"To ensure the integrity of the investigation, no further information about the items will be provided at this time".
"That same day, a damaged boat was also recovered along the Nelson River", police said.
Authorities say the search began after a damaged aluminum boat was found by RCMP officers on the shores of the River during a helicopter search on Friday, August 2nd. Their bodies were discovered on July 15 on a remote highway in northern British Columbia.
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The two fugitives are charged with second-degree murder in the death of UBC lecturer Leonard Dyck.
RCMP in northeast B.C. and northwest Alberta are searching for a man wanted in connection with an alleged kidnapping attempt of a road flagger on Highway 29.
Four days later, police discovered Dyck's body close to where the suspect's burning truck had been found.
Schmegelsky and McLeod drove a stolen grey Toyota RAV4 3000 kilometres east to Gillam before torching it and apparently fleeing into the wilderness.
On Sunday, RCMP sent dive teams into the Nelson River, which is wide, fast-flowing and powers several hydro-electric dams, as part of the search for McLeod and Schmegelsky.
Survival experts said the teenagers would struggle to stay alive in the swampy, bug-infested wilderness for more than a week without the appropriate clothing and shelter.