Police Release Troubling Update In Hunt For Murder Suspects

Canada Police have discovered another burnt-out vehicle they believe was used by suspects in the murder of an Australian man and his girlfriend in British Colombia.

Police confirmed on Wednesday, local time, a second burnt-out vehicle was found in the Gillam area in northern Manitoba.

The vehicle was located close to the region where teenagers Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky -- who are suspects in the case -- were last seen.

Police have discovered a second burnt vehicle. Photo: Cassandra Neepin/CBC.

Police are also working to identify a man who was found dead about two kilometres from the first vehicle, which was discovered on Tuesday local time. It's unclear how he died or if he had any contact with the two teens.

Investigators also confirmed late on Tuesday that the pair were spotted in northern Saskatchewan-after fleeing British Columbia and are now expected to be in Manitoba.

Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler. Photo: AP

Police believe their eastward journey is continuing, however, their final destination is unclear.

READ MORE: Mystery Mounts Over Murdered Australian Lucas Fowler And Girlfriend

Members of the public are being urged not to approach the boys and to call emergency services if they are spotted.

West and central Canadian provinces. Photo: Google Maps.

"If you spot Bryer or Kam consider them dangerous," RCMP Sergeant Janelle Shoihet told reporters.

"Do not approach, do not take action and call 911 immediately."

McLeod and Schmegelsky are suspected of having a role in the shooting murder of Australian Lucas Fowler and his American girlfriend Chynna Deese

Security camera images recorded in Saskatchewan of Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP.

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