A suspect in a stabbing death toll in Canada’s Saskatchewan province of 10 people has been found dead, and did not sustain injuries, police said on Monday as they continue to search for another suspect.
Regina City Police Chief Evan Bray said 31-year-old Damien Sanderson was found dead near the stabbing sites and his brother, 30-year-old Miles Sanderson, is feared injured. The fugitive and possibly the capital of Saskatchewan is in Regina. , This is the first time the police say that the two are brothers.
He said, “His body was located in the open air in the grassland around a house, which is being investigated. We can confirm that he has suffered injuries. At this time it is believed that these injuries are being done,” he said. Not myself.” Rhonda Blackmore, Commissioner Deputy Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
The body’s discovery came on the second day of an intense search for the pair, who were suspected of stabbing an indigenous community and a nearby town, which also injured 18. It was one of the deadliest attacks in the country’s history.
Officials have said the attackers were targeting some victims and that others were randomly selected from the James Smith Cree Nation and the Saskatchewan city of Weldon. He gave no motive for the crimes, but a senior Indigenous leader indicated that drugs were somehow involved.
Although they believe Miles is in Regina, about 200 miles south of where the stabbing took place, officials have issued an alert in three of Canada’s vast plains provinces — which also include Manitoba and Alberta — and the US. Contacted border officials.