One of two fugitive suspects wanted by Canadian police after a stabbing in Saskatchewan is found DEAD: Police are still on the hunt for a second man involved in ‘accidental’ murders
- Damien Sanderson was found dead on the James Smith Cree Nation, police said Monday
- Sanderson and his brother Myles are suspected of stabbing ten people and wounding 19 in the rural Canadian settlement on Sunday
- Myles Sanderson remains at large, but police believe he “may have sustained injuries” and is seeking medical attention
- The attacks were among the deadliest in modern Canadian history, and victims identified so far ranged in age from 77 to 14 years old
One of two brothers suspected of carrying out a mass stabbing attack in a rural Canadian settlement was found dead, police said Monday, while the other brother remained at large.
Damien and Myles Sanderson have been charged with killing 10 people and wounding 19 in a knife-wielding rampage that devastated an Indigenous community in Saskatchewan on Sunday.
Damien Sanderson was found dead on the James Smith Cree Nation, Rhonda Blackmore, commander of Saskatchewan’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police, said at a news conference.
His brother, Myles Sanderson, “may have sustained injuries” and may be seeking medical attention, she added.
Damien Sanderson (left) has been found dead, Canadian police said on Monday. His brother Myles Sanderson (right) remains at large, wanted in connection with stabbings in Saskatchewan on Sunday
The attacks were among the deadliest in modern Canadian history.
Police said some of the victims appeared to have been targeted while others appeared to be accidental.
A mother of two, a 77-year-old widower, a first responder and a 14-year-old boy were the first identified victims.
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