Dyck's body was discovered along a highway pullout two kilometres south of Dease Lake, B.C., on July 19.
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. Their bodies were found along a highway near Liard Hot Springs, B.C., on July 15. Investigators will also likely be comparing evidence gathered in the area where the bodies were found near Gillam, Man., to evidence collected at the original crime scenes in northern B.C.
RCMP believe they've found the bodies of two Vancouver Island teen homicide suspects on a northern Manitoba shoreline.
An autopsy has been scheduled in Winnipeg to confirm the identities of the deceased and determine their cause of death.
July 17 - RCMP say the deaths are suspicious.
"We have had thousands of people reach out to us who have come in contact with her overseas and all over the place sharing different experiences of how Lucas and Chynna have touched their lives", said her brother, British Deese.
British Columbia RCMP said at a press conference that the investigations into the deaths of Dyck, Deese and Fowler continued.
The autopsies, which are being done in Winnipeg, could provide some answers about when and how they died. They had also been spotted driving a 2011 Toyota RAV4 in Alberta. And Fox Lake Cree Nation began its own community patrol.
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"The examination of the area where (their bodies) were located.is still being dealt with and searched".
Leonard Dyck from Vancouver was found dead on July 19. He was a lecturer in the University of British Columbia's botany department.
Northern communities across Canada had been on edge as sightings of the two men were reported first in Saskatchewan, and then in Gillam, Manitoba, 3,000km away from the sites of the murders.
Investigators, for instance, still are trying to determine a motive - and that will be hard, Hackett said. They followed up on well over 200 tips, one of which took them to the community of York Landing, nearly 200km by road away from Gillam.
The manhunt involved the RCMP, police from various provinces, military and private aircraft, dog-sniffing units, ATVs, armored vehicles and drones.
August 4 - RCMP dive team conducts underwater search "of significant areas of interest".
And this morning, officers located two male bodies in the dense brush within one kilometre from where the items were found.
The pair was on the run for almost three weeks before the damaged rowboat and the items were found. BC Assistant Commissioner Kevin Hackett said that with both suspects allegedly dead, it will be hard for them to know what the motive was.