Canada mass stabbing: One suspect found dead

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According to a local media reporter, suspect Damien Sanderson, 31, was found dead in James Smith Cree Nation and his death was reportedly “not self-inflicted”.

However, his brother Myles, 30, who is also a suspect is still at large and may have been injured.

According to police, he is still wanted and is considered to be armed and dangerous.

Police in the city of Regina have said they are looking into all possible tips about Myles Sanderson’s location.

They are also asking people in the James Smith Cree Nation and the surrounding areas to remain vigilant.

The police presence in these areas remains high.

At a news conference officers said that Myles Sanderson may have been injured and may seek out medical attention.

They said: “Even if he is injured, it does not mean he is not still dangerous.

“Myles has a lengthy criminal record involving both persons and property crimes.

“We consider him armed and dangerous. Do not approach him.

“If you know of his whereabouts, call 911.”

Police have confirmed that they have been searching for Myles Sanderson for more than three months.

According to CBC Sanderson stopped meeting with his parole officer in May and has then been classified as “unlawfully at large”.

Although police have refused to speculate about a motive, Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations speculated that the attacks could be drug related.


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