Provincial police are continuing to appeal for help on social media as they attempt to solve a triple homicide near London.

They issued a poster with the headline "Find our Killers" that shows pictures of the three victims and contact information.

Melissa Miller, 37, Alan Porter, 33, and Michael Jamieson, 32, all from the Six Nations of the Grand River, were found dead last weekend.

They were in a pickup truck in the area off Bodkin Road, just outside the Oneida of the Thames River First Nation.

The poster also shows an image of a pickup truck that police say is similar to the 2006 Chevrolet Silverado they're seeking in the case.

The bodies were found southwest of London, Ont., the same area where the body of Douglas Hill, also of Six Nations, was found 2017.

But that's not the only connection between the two cases.

A woman who knew Hill and Miller, says they were in a common-law relationship, and the couple had two daughters and a son together.

But OPP say despite the similarities in the two cases, they are not investigating the recent homicides as connected to Hill's case.

With files from The Canadian Press.