Friday, December 8

One of the suspects in the murder of ten people in Canada found dead

Canadian police found the body of Damien Sanderson, 31, one of two suspects in the murder of 10 people and wounding 18 others in northwestern Canada on Monday. In a press conference, the agents explained that the second suspect, his brother Myles Sanderson, 30, is still unaccounted for.

Rhonda Blackmore, commander of the Mounted Police in the province of Saskatchewan, where the crime took place, warned that Myles Sanderson may be injured and is very dangerous.

The commander has revealed that Damien’s body was located in a wooded area near a house on the James Smith Cree Nation Indian Reservation in Saskatchewan, which was being investigated by police officers. The police officer has not ruled out that Damien Sanderson died as a result of a confrontation with his brother.

“Myles has a long criminal history with both crimes against people and property. Myles is facing three counts of manslaughter and is being wanted. He we consider armed and dangerous. Let no one go near him,” Blackmore reported.

For his part, the police chief of Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, Evan Bray, reiterated during the press conference that Myles Sanderson is suspected of being in the city. Bray has stated that on Sunday the Police received information about the presence in Regina of a vehicle with two people, one of whom would be Myles Sanderson.

The police chief has stated that the information “is still relevant” and that they have confirmed some of the information that would show the presence of the fugitive in the capital of Saskatchewan.

The stabbing attacks occurred Sunday in the James Smith Cree Nation, home to about 1,000 people, and in the nearby community of Weldon, population 200.