Canadian knife murder case, a suspect still at large | Reuters

Law enforcement said on the 6th there was a witness to the latest suspect in an incident in which many residents were killed with a knife near the James Smith Cree Nation, an Indigenous community in Saskatchewan, in west-central Canada. the area was swept away, but nothing was found. The photo shows flowers being laid at the scene of the crime. Taken September 5, 2022. (2022 REUTERS/David Stobbe)

[オタワ 6日 ロイター] – In an incident in which scores of residents were killed with knives around the James Smith Cree Nation, an Indigenous community in Saskatchewan, west-central Canada, police say the 6 there was a witness of the last suspect. carried out in the residential area, but no one was found.

Police said they discovered the suspect, Miles Sanderson, 30, was not in the neighborhood. He said he was continuing the search.

Miles and his brother Damian allegedly stabbed 10 people to death near James Smith’s Cree Nation on Saturday. Damian was found dead in a grassy field near the crime scene on the 5th.

Sanderson, who is on the run, may have been injured, police said.

Authorities have not disclosed the motive for the crime. Police said some victims may have been targeted, while others may have been attacked indiscriminately.

Sanderson has been wanted as a fugitive since May, when he stopped seeing probation officers while on parole after serving time on assault and robbery charges, according to CBC News.

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