A Canada-wide arrest warrant was launched on Monday to find two young men in connection with a murder committed in Moncton, New Brunswick, before the holidays.
Tyler Noel 18 years old, and Marissa Shephard, aged 20, both of Moncton, to be accused of the premeditated murder of Baylee Wylie; they will also be charged with arson.
The corpse of the young man of 18 was discovered by firefighters after a fire in a triplex on Sumac Street, December 17th.
A third suspect, Devin Morningstar, aged 18, was arrested after the fire. Charged with premeditated murder, he remains in custody until his next court appearance on January 8.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is not known if the two suspects are together and if they are still in New Brunswick.
According to Sergeant André Pepin, the Codiac Regional RCMP, murder Baylee Wylie was “extremely violent” and recommends citizens not to approach the two suspects, considered “dangerous.”
Marissa Shephard is a white woman measuring 1.67 m and weighing about 45 kilograms. She has brown eyes and hair and wears a “Stephen” tattoo in the neck and another with a crown on the chest.
Tyler Noel is a white man with a slightly swarthy complexion. It is of medium build, measures 1.73 m and weighs 64 kilos. He has brown eyes and black hair, and he has facial hair and sideburns. He has tattoos on his right arm (“Mom”, “Dad” and “Mary” and a skull).
“Anyone who helps the two suspects to avoid arrest may be accused of being an accessory to murder in the first degree after the fact,” said the sergeant Pépin.