What the investigation of the northern B.C. murders found — and what we still don’t know

Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod admitted to fatally shooting three people in northern B.C. last summer before taking part in a suicide pact.That was one of the conclusions of the RCMP’s weeks-long investigation into the killings, which triggered a nationwide manhunt involving extensive police resources and the Canadian military.Story continues below

READ MORE: RCMP say northern B.C. murder suspects admitted to murders on video, motive still unknownIn releasing a report on the investigation Friday, B.C. RCMP Assistant Commissioner Kevin Hackett told reporters the pair took responsibility for the murders on video without explaining their motive.“They indicate no remorse for their actions, as well as their intentions to potentially kill others,” he said.Schmegelsky, 18, and McLeod, 19, were initially considered missing persons in July before they became suspects in the deaths of Leonard Dyck, a University of British Columbia botany instructor, and a young couple, Australian Lucas Fowler and American Chynna Deese.WATCH: How the northern B.C. murder suspects were linked to homicides