Acting Sgt. Shona Camirand, North East Region media co-ordinator, said the OPP can not deny or confirm a connection to the murder suspects from B.C. No make or model of the vehicle was provided, nor was any description of the occupants, other than that they are young males, provided.
That said, and regardless of what might have been said when police interviewed the flagman, OPP have not released any new information and no warnings to the public to be on the lookout for a particular vehicle.
"Officers are urging anyone who sees any suspicious activity or a suspicious vehicle not to approach but to call 911 or the OPP immediately".
While police are encouraging people to continue calling in anything suspicious, Acting Sgt. Shona Camirand with the Ontario Provincial Police in North Bay said social media users are taking things too far. The suspects have not been seen since July 22 in Gillam, Man.
"Thank you for protecting us", he said.
Ms Deese, 24, and Mr Fowler, 23, were experienced world travellers said to be very much in love. The two men have already traveled across the country and are charged in one murder and suspects in another two.
No make nor model was supplied, nor a location where the vehicle was spotted or the direction it was headed was provided.
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"Additionally, there remains a possibility the suspects had some sort of assistance to flee the area".
MacLatchy denied the RCMP in Manitoba took too long informing the public, telling reporters within an hour of discovering the teens might be in Manitoba, they alerted the public via Twitter.
"Anytime people are seeing two scruffy males together, we're getting a call - which is fine", she said.
"We searched every home and every abandoned home in Gillam and Fox Lake Cree nations".
On Wednesday the RCMP announced they would be scaling back the search for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod in Northern Manitoba.
Australian Lucas Fowler and his American girlfriend were on a dream road trip to Alaska when they were found murdered alongside their campervan on July 15.
Survival experts and Gillam locals said if the teenagers attempted to hide in the wilderness and did not have the appropriate gear or shelter for the swampy sub-Antarctic boreal forest, they would likely die from blood-sucking insects, tainted water, starvation, bears and other predators.