Commander of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Saskatchewan, released details on YouTube.
Through an interview with a witness, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) located the vehicle first used by Myles Sanderson on the day of the September 4 attacks.< /p>
At approximately 9:40 a.m. on Friday, RCMP spotted an abandoned black Nissan Rogue about 4 km east of Crystal Springs, northeast of Saskatoon.
The vehicle had been placed off the gravel road, behind trees, and was not visible from the main road, said Saskatchewan RCMP Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore.
The car will be analyzed as part of the investigation.
She adds that the description of the car and the license plate matched the initial information of the vehicle that Myles Sanderson allegedly used to get around.
The Nissan Rogue was seized by the police and will be analyzed as part of the investigation, says Rhonda Blackmore. The images of the sector will not be broadcast at this time in order to protect the integrity of the premises.
It was through an interview with a witness that the RCMP was able to locate the vehicle. The person contacted the RCMP on Thursday with information regarding the manhunt that had taken place in the province.
“We don't never know if information that seems innocuous can lead us to conclusive evidence.
— Rhonda Blackmore, Saskatchewan RCMP Assistant Commissioner
She asks residents of the Wakaw, Crystal Springs, Weldon and James Smith Cree Nation areas to report any suspicious information or activity, past or present, to their police detachment.