RCMP Confirm Burned-Out Vehicle In Gillam, Manitoba Was Used By Suspected Murderers

Kam McLeod and Bryer Schemegelsky were last seen in Northern Manitoba.

RCMP are saying that a burned-out vehicle that was located near Gillam, Manitoba was the same vehicle used by Kam McLeod and Bryer Schemegelsky, who are the top suspects in the murders of three people.

According to sightings and reports, McLeod and Schemegelsky have been travelling East across Northern Canada, heading from Northern BC all the way to Manitoba.

They were last sighted near Gillam, Manitoba.

RCMP confirmed earlier today that a burned-out vehicle near Gillam had been used by the suspects:

“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.”

Here are some previous updates released by the RCMP:

“Manitoba RCMP are following up on numerous tips regarding these two suspects. Please continue to be vigilant and report anything suspicious IMMEDIATELY to police.”

“The search for these two suspects is continuing. Manitoba RCMP has sent a number of resources to the Gillam area and an informational checkstop is in place near”

Disturbingly, as pointed out by reporter David Molko, the burned-vehicle was found about two days ago, meaning the suspects could be long gone from the area:

“BREAKING And this is that burning vehicle that a local man named Billy Beardy found Monday evening near Gillam, MB. And this means nearly 48 hours later, these guys could be anywhere. @CTVVancouver Photos from Billy Beardy. The search continues…”


Spencer Fernando

Photo – Twitter (Billy Beardy)