The father of one of the two Port Alberni teens at the centre of a nationwide manhunt is urging for his son to return home. In a letter released to media on Wednesday, Keith McLeod said he has little information about what has transpired since Friday, when two young tourists were found dead along the Alaska Highway in northern B. Initially, McLeod and Schmegelsky were being investigated as missing persons, after their red and grey truck was found burned near Dease Lake, just two kilometres away from where an unidentified man was found dead at highway pullout. He said things have calmed down around their Port Alberni home after yesterday's twist in the police investigation of 3 deaths in northern B.
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Alan Schmegelsky says his son, year-old Bryer Schmegelsky, had a troubled upbringing. The bodies of Fowler and Deese were found along the side of a highway in northeastern B. Police initially treated the teens as missing, but announced they were suspects after they were spotted in northern Saskatchewan. The manhunt stretched into northern Manitoba when a burned-out car the teens were travelling in was found near the community of Gillam.
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