Caller To OPP: Believed B.C. murder suspects drove through Kapuskasing


A suspicious vehicle in Kapuskasing may be connected to Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19, the two teen  B.C. men who are the subjects of a week-long national manhunt in connection to three murders in British Columbia.

The two men have eluded police across the country and appear to be heading east according to various sightings reported to police in every police since B.C. police began its search for the two suspects that may be connected to the B.C. murders, on July 23rd.

The OPP reported a suspicious vehicle in the town of Kapuskasing Ontario Wednesday afternoon. The person who called it into police believe it to be the two wanted B.C. teens. OPP have not confirmed that the two occupants spotted in the vehicle are in fact the two wanted men.  OPP are in contact with the RCMP who are in the midst of a nation wide search for Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod.

The opp issued the following release Wednesday afternoon.


(KAPUSKASING, ON) – At approximately 10:35 a.m., on July 31, 2019, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) James Bay Detachment in Kapuskasking received a report about a suspicious vehicle driving through a construction zone on Highway 11 in Kapuskasing.

At this time the OPP cannot confirm the identity of the people in the vehicle that was occupied by two males. The OPP is continuing to investigate this incident and is actively looking for the vehicle.

If you observe any suspicious vehicles or activity, do not approach, and contact 911 or the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122.

Please don’t report suspicious activity through social media, call the police directly.


  1. Sheesh, they have no clue where these 2 are! My guess, suicide in the bush 🤷‍♀️😱 idk! Jist seems too far for them to travel unnoticed….

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