REGINA, Saskatchewan – A series of knife wounds in the first nation community as well as in another neighboring city in Canadian province of Saskatchewan left ten people dead and 15 injured, Canadian police said Sunday during a search. for two suspects.
stabbing took place in several locations on James Smith Cree Nation and in village of Weldon, northeast of Saskatoon, police say. Was 13 crime scenes, according to authorities.
Rhonda Blackmore, Assistant Commissioner of Royal Canadian Mounted Police of Saskatchewan, some said of victims appear to have been targeted by suspects, but others appear to have been attacked in random. She couldn’t name a motive.
“It’s terrible what happened. in our province today,” Blackmore said.
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The suspects were last sighted in capital of Saskatchewan of According to the police, Regina is around lunchtime.
“If a in Regina area take precautions and consider taking shelter in place. Don’t leave safe location. DO NOT approach suspicious persons. No need pick up hitchhikers. Report suspicious persons, emergencies, or information by calling 9-1-1. Don’t tell the police locations”, the RCMP said in a statement. in message on Twitter.
Doreen Lees, 89 years old.year grandmother from Weldon, she said and her daughter thought they saw one of suspects when car came the barrel down her street early in morning like her daughter drinking coffee on her deck. Liz said a man approached them and said he was in pain and needed help. help.
But Liz said that man took off and ran after her daughter said she would call for help.
“He wouldn’t show his face. He had big Blazer over his face. We asked his name and he is kind of muttered his name twice and we still haven’t been able to get it,” she said. “He said that he face was so hurt bad he could not show It.”
She said the man was alone and “a little wobbly”.
“I followed him around a bit to make sure he was okay. My daughter said: “Don’t follow him, get back here.'”
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Search for the suspects were transported out as fans went down in Regina for Sales-out annual labor day game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
This was reported to the Regina police. in a news release it with in help of Mounty, it worked on multiple fronts to find and arrest suspects and “involved additional resources for public safety throughout the city including football game at Mosaic Stadium.
Alert first published in Saskatchewan later extended to cover Manitoba and Alberta as two suspects remained at large.
Damien Sanderson, 31, was described as being 5’7″ and weighing 155 pounds, while Miles Sanderson, 30, was described as being 6’1″ and 200 pounds. As it is black hair and brown eyes and maybe driving black Nissan Rogue.
“Attacks in Today’s Saskatchewan is terrible and heartbreaking. I think of those who lost a loved one one as well as of those who were injured,” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote. “We are closely monitoring the situation and urge all follow updates from local authorities. Thanks to all the brave first defendants for their efforts on Earth.”