Canada - Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, and Leonard Dyck, all murdered, Alaska Hwy, BC, Jul 2019 #11

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  1. dameagatha

    dameagatha Well-Known Member

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    “RCMP located a row boat on the shore of the Nelson River on Friday, which is why divers are being sent to Gillam. Our story @meltait will be online soon” @globeandmail #canadianmanhunt #Canadamanhunt

    “RCMP don't know whether the boat was used by two suspects wanted in three killings in Northern B.C., but are investigating the possibility.”

    Renata D'Aliesio on Twitter
     


  2. Thinkzerz

    Thinkzerz Well-Known Member

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    So they could find anyone’s body at this point. Doesn’t mean it would be KM or BS
     
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    Andreee Well-Known Member

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    To me, it does seem more likely that the fugitives are in that river, than in Ontario somewhere, despite all of the 'sightings'.
     
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  4. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Dive teams headed to Nelson River. I think this could be big.

    Recalling that Kam grew up on a lake, I speculated earlier about the possibility of the teens stealing a boat. MOO

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    We @meltait will be reporting from the scene tonight and tomorrow #canadianmanhunt #canadamanhunt

    5:06 PM - 3 Aug 2019

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    RCMP have not yet confirmed who the row boat belongs to. #canadianmanhunt #Canadamanhunt

    5:04 PM - 3 Aug 2019

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    We @meltait were turned away from the area this afternoon by tactical officers. The boat was severely damaged and appeared to have gone through the rapids. #canadianmanhunt #Canadamanhunt

    5:01 PM - 3 Aug 2019

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    RCMP don't know whether the boat was used by two suspects wanted in three killings in Northern B.C., but are investigating the possibility. #canadianmanhunt #Canadamanhunt

    4:59 PM - 3 Aug 2019

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    RCMP located a row boat on the shore of the Nelson River on Friday, which is why divers are being sent to Gillam. Our story @meltait will be online soon @globeandmail #canadianmanhunt #Canadamanhunt

    4:57 PM - 3 Aug 2019 pst
     
  5. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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  6. Jilleybeen

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    Assuming this rowboat was just stuck in the reeds/washed ashore? Not tied up or dragged up the bank?

    ETA: Never mind. Seeing more details now.
     
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    I think it's interesting that the article says the police last scoured that area by air three or four days ago, meaning the boat wasn't there or at least not noticed then. Of course, the boat could've come loose and been swept away on it's own, but hopefully this discovery will lead to something. Or DNA from the water jug.
     
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  8. Tilly23

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    I thought the RAV4 was found burning on the evening of July 22 (Monday). And then it was on July 23 that KM and BS were said to be suspects.

    Here is the tweet from Manitoba RCMP made on July 24:
    RCMP Manitoba on Twitter

    On Monday evening, RCMP recovered a vehicle in the Gillam area after receiving a report of a vehicle fire. We can now confirm this vehicle is the same vehicle the suspects were travelling in. #rcmpmb

    1:06 PM - 24 Jul 2019​


    It says they recovered the car the suspects were travelling in on Monday evening.

    Should we fix the timeline? Or are there conflicting reports about the timing of finding the RAV4 in Gillam?


    MOO
     
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  9. NJSleuth91

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    I didn't know that he grew up on a lake. The Nelson River goes out to Hudson Bay and Port Nelson/York Factory area (similar destination to what the German tourists appeared to be headed to on the Hayes River) so it would be a logical destination and it's possible they thought it was easier than walking through the muskeg. Although after they got there, there would be very limited options of where they could go from there -- maybe they were just trying to get away from the RCMP and then backtrack though.

    Wow. I really hope this is something. It at least indicates that maybe it's not just a random boat that floated from somewhere. I wonder where exactly it's located relative to the RAV4.
     
  10. Gina20

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    Port Alberni is a port on the Pacific Ocean.
     
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  11. Link Haze

    Link Haze The end doesn't justify the means

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    OK, I think I'm missing something here, so need posters to enlighten me. I cannot find, anywhere, the manner of death of Leonard Dyck. Media was quick to report gunshot wounds to the couple, but how did Leonard die?
     
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    Police haven't said.
     
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    Leonard Dyck’s manner of death has not been made public.
     
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    Link Haze The end doesn't justify the means

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    Thank you both.
     
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    There has been no official word on the manner of death of Mr Dyck. At least one report stated that he was shot to death, but with as much false reporting as has been going on in this case, I would take that with a grain of salt for the time being. JMO
     
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    Here's what boating down the Nelson looks like:

     
  17. Link Haze

    Link Haze The end doesn't justify the means

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    Wow, not what I expected. Thanks for that.
     
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    Port Alberni is actually considered more mid island, not really a port city. I think the "Kam grew up on a lake" comment refers to Sproat Lake, Kam's family apparently lives lakeside. No link so IMO but it was sleuthed in an earlier thread.
     
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    RCMP divers will be arriving in Gillam tonight to begin searching a section of the Nelson River after a row boat was found along the shore Friday.

    Inspector Leon Fiedler said it's not clear whether the boat was used by two men wanted in the killings of three people in Northern B.C.

    The green-coloured boat was spotted washed up on the shore during a helicopter search of the river on Friday afternoon. The flat-bottom aluminum boat was pulled out of the area in the evening.

    “It had gone through some rapids and had been significantly damaged,” Inspector Fiedler said. “We’re going to search in the area around where we found this boat just to make sure that there is nobody attached to it, whether that is our subjects or anyone else for that matter.”

    [...]

    The boat was located in an area known as the lower Limestone Rapids, near Keewatinoow converter station. bbm

    Police did not find anything near the boat last night except for a red and white water jug.

    Officers were combing through the area on Saturday, turning vehicles away from the search zone. The boat was found about 70 kilometers north of Gillam, by road, and about 13 kilometers from where the SUV that police believe the fugitives were driving was found burning in a ditch on the evening of July 22. bbm

    Inspector Fiedler said police had not located the owner of the boat. The search area, he added, is challenging.

    “It’s a really tricky area because of the rapids,” he said. “It’s not an area that is well-traveled by anybody by boat.”

    The boat was brought to the Gillam RCMP detachment.
    Police will not be able to obtain any forensic evidence from the boat, Inspector Fiedler said.

    The RCMP’s underwater recovery team was expected to arrive in Gillam on Saturday night and divers were set to begin searching Sunday. The police had last scoured the area by air three or four days ago, Inspector Fiedler said.

    RCMP divers to begin searching river near Gillam after finding rowboat, search for B.C. fugitives continues
     
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