After stabbing at least 25 victims in 13 different places, two suspects remain at large.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police reported on Sunday that at least ten people were killed and numerous others were hurt after two perpetrators went on a stabbing rampage in several rural Saskatchewan sites. They issued a warning, stating that the suspects were still at large, dangerous, and armed.
At a press conference on Sunday afternoon, RCMP Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore stated, "We have identified 10 deceased victims in 13 locations in the community of James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, Saskatchewan."
According to the police official, "many other individuals have been hurt, 15 of whom at this time have been sent to various hospitals." They also noted that "there may be additional injured victims who transported themselves to hospital," and they urged them to come forward.
Blackmore continued, "We think some of the victims were targeted while others were struck at random."
On Sunday at 7:12 am CT (12:12 pm GMT), a public alert was first released regarding an incident with "mass casualties." The emergency alert was extended to the entire province of Saskatchewan when Saskatchewan officials recognized two male suspects and their vehicles.
Although "at this point, we have no indication they traveled to another province," the RCMP continued, "since the suspects are at large, we have also requested the warning be extended to Manitoba and Alberta."
Damien Sanderson, 31, and Myles Sanderson, 30, have been identified as the suspects. They may be seen driving a black Nissan Rogue with the travel license plate SK 119 MPI.
Authorities are warning the public not to leave protected areas, approach unknown people, or pick up hitchhikers as the manhunt goes on, and to report any suspicious activity to them.
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