"We have lost our dear Lucas Fowler, son, brother, grandson and friend in the most bad of circumstances", Jacob Fowler wrote in a post to Facebook. "All our love and best wishes go to Chynna's family and friends".
"We are now travelling to Canada to be with our boy and to bring him home", says the post, which urges people to share it with all those who "crossed paths anywhere in the world with these handsome young people".
Chynna Deese, 24, of North Carolina, and her boyfriend, Lucas Fowler, of Australia were murdered in British Columbia, Canada, Monday.
"At this stage we can only move forward a minute at a time, and those minutes are moving so slowly".
They are being accompanied by several Australian police officers, who are coming to Canada to offer support to the family, not to aid in the investigation. They were bright and attractive souls.
Police are looking to speak with anyone who drove the stretch of highway between Sunday, July 14 at 4 p.m. and Monday, July 15 at 8 a.m. Police want to speak with anybody who has dashcam video of their travels through the area as they narrow down the timeline of the killings.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Northern Rockies RCMP at 250-774-2700 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
"Curtis (being the helpful mechanic ) usually stops and asks if everyone is ok and if they need help", she wrote.
An Australian man and his girlfriend have been found dead in suspicious circumstances in Canada.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is providing consular assistance.
"We have been honored to call her our sister", it said in a statement.
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