RCMP said 10 men and women were killed and 18 others injured in Sunday's assaults, not including suspects, around the Cree community of James Smith and the nearby village of Weldon.
One of two suspects in Sunday's deadly stabbings in Saskatchewan was still eluding authorities Tuesday morning.
According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP ), 30-year-old Myles Sanderson may be injured. The man is considered dangerous and should not be approached by citizens, police warn.
Myles Sanderson has been wanted by Saskatchewan Police since Sunday.
Parole papers show that Myles Sanderson has a criminal record dating back nearly 20 years and has a propensity for violence when intoxicated.< /p>
A former Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer says the Great Plains of the Prairies could complicate the manhunt launched to find the suspect still at large.
The policewoman retired Sherry Benson-Podolchuk pointed out Tuesday morning that there were plenty of places people could hide in these vast spaces.
When it happens in a city, the police create a perimeter near the scene of the crime […] and monitor all the exits from the city, she explains. This case is a little different because there are multiple crime scenes.
Police have been combing Regina since Sunday, after a report, and the police chief of Capital Evan Bray said the search for Myles Sanderson will continue until he is located.
Retired police officer Sherry Benson-Podolchuk also points out that the alert extends to Alberta and Manitoba, which demonstrates that the police are casting a wide net and monitoring incoming roads and coming out of these provinces.
But suspects will not go on the [main] roads. If they can take a side road, gravel road or dirt road somewhere, they will, she says
Alternatively, the suspect would could have changed vehicles or someone could help him hide, suggests the ex-policewoman.
Leaders of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations of Saskatchewan have issued an urgent appeal to locate Myles Sanderson, urging those who know his whereabouts to come forward to end this tragedy without making a fuss. #x27;other victims.
The body of the other suspect in the attacks, 31-year-old Damien Sanderson, was discovered Monday in a grassy area of the Cree community of James Smith, not far from one of the 13 crime scenes. Police say the two men are brothers.
RCMP say 10 men and women were killed and 18 others injured in Sunday's assaults, not including suspects, around from the Cree community of James Smith and the nearby village of Weldon.
Federal police did not specify the motives for the attacks, but believe that some of the victims were targeted and others, chosen at random.