Mounties are concentrating on a vacant plot of land about 150 kilometres west of Edmonton in the investigation of missing St. Albert RVers Lyle and Marie McCann.

Officers obtained a warrant to search the property southwest of Nojack on Friday.

RCMP spokesman Sgt. Tim Taniguchi could not say Friday what police were looking for, but he said no human remains have been found.

Neighbours say a family lives on half of the quarter-section, south of Highway 16, and the other half is unoccupied. The registered landowner of the unoccupied portion hasn’t been there for well over a year. Neighbours say the owner and Travis Edward Vader, the only named suspect in the case, were once friends. Vader is from the area.

Lyle, 78, and wife Marie, 77, were last seen July 3, when Lyle was captured on a security camera fuelling their motorhome at the Superstore in St. Albert. The couple were bound for British Columbia. It was the last time their credit card was used.

On July 5, their motorhome was discovered engulfed in flames at the Minnow Lake campground, about an hour southeast of Edson. Their Hyundai Tucson, which they normally towed behind the motorhome, was missing.
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