Cross your fingers: The famous tracker is not sure what RCMP can do next to find B.C. runners
When the search for two young fugitives wanted to involve three murders in British Columbia spanning the second week, a famous follower said he did not know where they could be and what RCMP should do. Next to find them.
Terry Grant, an experienced guide and guard in the Rocky Mountains and star of the television series’ Mantracker, said he was unable to make Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19, found after more than a week on the lam.
With the resources and technology that RCMP has and the number of people on the ground, I am surprised that there are currently no clear spectacles or [they] are arrested, he told CTV News Channel. Wednesday
Two young men from Port Alberni on Vancouver Island became the subject of an intense hunt after they were named suspects in the shooting of an Australian man and American girlfriend north of B.C. last week. Since then, they have also been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 64-year-old man in Vancouver.
Grant said he believed that Schmegelsky and McLeod had fled into the dense wilderness outside Gillam’s small town south of Manitoba, where they were last seen, they had left the area, or they had died.
Here, some people gave some evidence, at this point, they still have [at Gillam], he said.
The thick bushes surrounding the community, located 1,000 km north of Winnipeg, include swamps and rough terrain, surrounded by wild temperature changes and relentless bugs.
Grant said that if the two young men had tried to survive those conditions for such a long time, they would have received quite a bit of despair. He admits that even he will have a hard time online for two weeks in that environment with only limited supply.
If they did not survive, Grant said that unforgivable forests could make it difficult for searchers to locate them.
If dogs are close enough, windy, yes, special dogs can find them, but in really thick terrain, if there is not much wind or they are not within half a mile, maybe There was no chance for them to find them, he explained.
When asked what he would do if he wore RCMP shoes, Grant said he was not sure.
“I don’t know. Turn on your fingers. Hope they come out, he said. If they don’t appear anywhere else, as the whole world knows about these guys, then there’s no place they can where they will not be seen and realized, so if they do not appear somewhere in the place of someone or a store, a grocery store or something, then they still have to stay there.