(Newser) – Australian officials are sending two detectives to Canada to help unravel the killing of a young couple found dead by a remote highway, the Guardian reports. Chynna Deese, 24, and her boyfriend, Lucas Fowler, 23, were found Monday in British Columbia and identified three days later, suggesting a violent death. Deese was an American from North Carolina and Fowler was an Australian whose father, Stephen, is a senior police official in the state of New South Wales—which is sending the two detectives. "He's a loss to so many people," Stephen tells the Sydney Morning Herald of his son. "And his girlfriend also—it's just devastating." Stephen and other family members are also traveling to Canada to meet with RCMP investigators. In other developments:
John citizen: shoulda been packin!!!!!
TaWanda Taylor: Praying for the victim families and friends R.I.Heaven To All
Cynthia Mackey: thats not no joking matter
Mari Somers: Very tragic and that seems too many deaths, why the wait did it take the death of senior police officer son, to be killed to finally start a investigation of supposed serial killer.What about 39 deaths before?
Delynn Sunn: This is a terrible thing , this and all of the murders . This should put attention on this highway that nobody pays much attention to . Sad about anyone's death on this road