How do you think the RCMP handled the B.C. fugitives case?

After a 14-day manhunt, B.C. homicide suspects Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19, were finally located by the RCMP in Manitoba.

But there was no police confrontation with the suspects, as they weren’t found alive.

Officials announced yesterday that they located two male bodies, suspected to be those of the teen fugitives, about 8 km away from where a burnt vehicle was located last month, near the Nelson River in Manitoba.

The RCMP came across the bodies at 10 a.m. on Aug. 7 about a kilometre away from where police had found items belonging to the suspects on Aug. 2.

The two teens were charged with second-degree murder in the death of University of British Columbia lecturer Leonard Dyck. They were also suspects in the deaths of of Australian tourist Lucas Fowler and his American girlfriend, Chynna Deese.

Following the announcement that the bodies were found, many are commenting on the abilities of the RCMP.

While many are praising the RCMP for being relentless in their investigation:

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Others said they were less than impressed:

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And some are commenting on how difficult an investigation like this one can be.

What do you think? Vote in the poll above and leave your thoughts in the comments below.