2 bodies confirmed to be missing Surrey, B.C., men

2 bodies confirmed to be missing Surrey, B.C., men
2 bodies confirmed to be missing Surrey, B.C., men
Police in British Columbia are confirming today they found the bodies of two missing three men lasting over a month ago, Megan Bachelors on the story she joins me live in our Vancouver Newsroom with the details. Meghan police. As I understand it, believe this in nature. Yeah, that’s right Carol. The rcmp’s major crime unit is investigating this case and the bodies of Ryan for vonshae and Richard her were actually found exactly a month from the last time that they were C NC Resa. Let’S take a look. I just wear this happened, so their bodies were found in BC’s interior, so they were lasting July, 17th and 3, just outside of Vancouver and their bodies were found quite a bit north and Ashcroft, be they were found on Saturday. They were positively identified as provencher and skirt today that was released today. These are the images of the two men, so the last place, the fees to Racine was in Surrey. They were last seen getting into a white Jeep Cherokee, and they do believe that their deaths are criminal in nature. Police do say that we have understood as well that these to do have a bit of a criminal record app for FaceTime assault. Her had possession of a controlled substance and possession for the purpose of trafficking, the jeep that they were last seen driving was found around 300 kilometers Northeast of Siri 100 km east of where their bodies ultimately were found of rural property was also search nearby. In the weeks that police had been looking for their bodies that Carol now, we do know that their bodies were found just on Saturday, and now they have okay, we being identified as these two men that had been missing for around a month. Thank you. You’Re welcome.
Two bodies that were found Saturday in the B.C. Interior are confirmed to be those of two missing Surrey men, Ryan Provencher, 38, and Richard Scurr, 37. Police believe the cause of their deaths is criminal in nature.
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