Canadian police hunting two teens over the murder of an Australian man and his U.S. girlfriend have revealed they have found a number of clues "directly linked to the suspects".
The Manitoba RCMP say items found along the Nelson River shoreline have been linked to the alleged northern B.C. murderers.
Police said Tuesday they found "several items" about nine kilometres away from where a burned-out vehicle was found two weeks ago near Gillam, about 700 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
Police said the items were found on the shoreline of the Nelson River on August 2, leading to a subsequent search by police divers that did not find any other relevant items. Police say a dark blue van with silver striping approached the lone female flagger, and an unknown man jumped out of the back doors and tried to pull her in.
RCMP said on the weekend that a damaged aluminum boat was also discovered in the Gillam area.
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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.
Days later the RCMP said the pair was being considered as suspects in the murders of Ms Deese and Mr Fowler, which took place 500km away from where Mr Dyck was found, near Liard Hot Spring.
On Aug. 4, the underwater recovery team conducted an underwater search 29 metres around the spot where the boat was found. Their bodies were discovered on July 15 on a remote highway in northern British Columbia.
Mounties announced last week that the massive manhunt would be scaled down in Manitoba's vast northern landscape after it yielded no signs of the two suspects.