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The deputy mayor of Gillam John Mc Donald says residents are locking their doors earlier than usual after they heard the suspects had been in their town.Mc Donald says people in Gillam are also making sure their vehicles are locked while the RCMP search for the pair, and extra police officers have been brought in for a search focused about 70 kilometres northwest of the town near the reserve.On Monday, July 15, RCMP went to a location 20 kilometres south of Liard Hot Springs on Alaska Highway 97 where Deese and Fowler’s bodies had been found alongside their blue Chevrolet van. Just four days later, RCMP went to a spot south of the Stikine River Bridge on Highway 37 where a red and grey Dodge pickup truck was found on fire.The pair was dating and had been travelling northern B. A man’s dead body was found two kilometres away from the truck on a highway pullout.Janelle Shoihet speaks during a news conference in Surrey, B. A woman who answered the phone at a residence listed under Schmegelsky in Wynard, Sask., declined to comment.“I have nothing to say at this time. Mc Leod and Schmegelsky are both 6-foot-4 and both weigh 169 pounds.
Shoihet said police received that information within the last 24 hours and that new information was coming in right up to the start of Tuesday’s media conference.
Spence said police would patrol the community all night as a precaution.
The Fox Lake Cree Nation is about 1,000 kilometres from Winnipeg.
Investigators determined the Dodge pickup truck was being driven by Schmegelsky and Mc Leod, who were at the time considered missing persons.
This is a sketch of a man found dead on a highway pullout just off Highway 37 south of the Stikine River Bridge.