New development in attacks that killed 10 people in Canada

In a statement made by the Saskatchewan unit of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police RCMP on social media, it was stated that Damien Sanderson (31) and Myles Sanderson (30), who are thought to be brothers, attacked people with knives in 13 places starting from the James Smith Cree Nation region and the city of Weldon on Sunday morning.

RCMP Saskatchewan Spokesperson Rhonda Blackmore said at a press conference in Regina, the capital of the state, “According to the initial determinations, 10 people died in the attacks. 15 people were hospitalized with injuries. “We’re looking for two suspects. We’re asking residents of Saskatchewan and neighboring states to be vigilant.” she said.

ONE OF THE SUSPECTS FOUND DEAD

Canadian police announced that 31-year-old Damien Sanderson was found dead near the area where the attack took place.

Police said that 30-year-old Myles Sanderson has still not been found, possibly injured, and that the search continues.

Even though the suspect was injured, he was asked to be forwarded to the authorities as soon as he was found to be dangerous.

* Images of the news are provided by the Associated Press.

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