"The general public has been in contact with us and there have been some names that have been forwarded to us," said Sgt. David Vince of the Fort St. John Conservation Office, who first saw the video himself on Monday morning.
As of Tuesday, officers had narrowed the location of the video down to Tuchodi Lakes in Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park. They believe the video was shot in July 2014.
Sgt. Vince said they've received leads from locals as to who the men in the video are but it will be "a bit of a process" before any possible charges are laid.
"We’ve had some very good support, lots of public support, lots of public outrage," said Sgt. Vince, adding they've received calls from as far away as New York City from people expressing concern.
"It’s nice to see that people want to take care of our wildlife."