As the search continues for two men who have been missing since last week, Surrey RCMP released additional information in the hopes of locating them.
Ryan Provencher and Richard Scurr were last seen in a white Jeep Cherokee in the 16400 block of 23A Avenue in Surrey around 12:30 p.m. on July 17. Provencher and Scurr have not been seen or heard from since that time.
According to Surrey RCMP, the pair were believed to have been planning to travel to Spences Bridge, B.C., located northeast of Lytton and south of Ashcroft.
Investigators are trying to confirm preliminary information that they never arrived at their destination.
On July 21, the jeep was located, parked in a wooded area near Logan Lake, B.C., east of Spences Bridge in the Southern Interior.
Surrey RCMP stated that there was no indication of foul play and the jeep has been taken to Kamloops for further examination.
After the jeep was found, a search involving a search-and-rescue team, police dog services, and an RCMP helicopter was conducted in the wooded area near the location.
After the search, investigators do not believe that the two men are in that area.
Provencher is described as a 38-year-old white male who is 178 centimetres (five-feet, 10-inches) tall and 82 kilograms (180 pounds), with a slim build and short brown hair and blue eyes.
Scurr is described as a 37-year-old white male who is 193 centimetres (six-feet, four-inches) tall and 100 kilograms (220 pounds), with an athletic build and brown brush-cut hair and brown eyes.
Investigators are asking anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these men to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or Crime Stoppers, to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477.
Their disappearance coincides with the murder of two tourists and an unidentified man near a truck on fire in northern B.C. A search is on for two homicide suspects from Port Alberni, who are now believed to be in Manitoba.
RCMP have not made any connection between the disappearance of the men from Surrey and the deaths in northern B.C.