Teenage killers found dead after massive manhunt in Canada


TWed teenage killers have been found dead in the wilderness following a massive manhunt that gripped Canada for weeks. Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, left a trail of terror, murdering three people as they are led police on a 1,800 mile chase.

Detectives said they still had no clear idea of ​​the motive, which the two young men took with them to the grave, and also had not confirmed how they died.

McLeod and Schmegelsky had been friends since primary school, and worked together at a local Walmart store in their home town of Port Alberni, on Vancouver Island.

On July 12 they left, count their families they were heading north to look for work in Yukon.

Three days later, along a remote stretch of Highway 97, the bodies of a couple, who had been shot dead, were found.

They were identified as Lucas Fowler, 24, an Australian, and Chynna Deese, 23, from Charlotte, North Carolina, who had been on a road trip across Canada.