Shooting at Witchekan Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan

Shooting in the Witchekan Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan

Police authorities claim that there is no evidence that this incident has any connection to the tragedy at James Smith Cree First Nation (archives).

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Spiritwood has issued an alert as it investigates gunshots on Witchekan Lake First Nation territory, 200 km north of Saskatoon.

The suspects are believed to be driving in a dark red 2000s Mustang, according to the RCMP alert issued Sept. 5 at 2:40 p.m. and extended to appears to be from Saskatchewan.

Law enforcement says there is no evidence that this incident is related to the tragedy that took place on the territory of the James Smith Cree First Nation, Sunday.

Residents are asked to stay safe, and be careful of strangers they come into contact with.

Anyone with information regarding the suspects is urged to contact 911.

More details to come.

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