The Canadian police are searching for two teenagers suspected of killing an American woman and an Australian man this week in an isolated part of British Columbia — sending waves of fear through a part of Canada where crime is relatively rare. Their bodies were discovered, the police said, more than miles from a burned-out camper that the suspects had been traveling in. On Wednesday evening, the police said they had charged the teens with second-degree murder in the death of Leonard Dyck of Vancouver. On Tuesday, after finding the camper, the police had initially said the men were missing persons but then said they were suspects in the deaths. As the manhunt continued and expanded on Wednesday, the police warned on Twitter that the two appeared to be in Manitoba, three provinces east of the area where the killings took place.
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