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Updated: Saskatchewan stabbing suspect possibly sighted near James Smith Cree Nation

Updated: 12:22 p.m., Tuesday, September 6th:

Police in Saskatchewan say they have received information about the possible sighting of one of two suspects in a deadly stabbing spree northeast of Saskatoon.

An updated alert sent out by police today (Tuesday) says Myles Sanderson was possibly sighted in James Smith Cree Nation.

RCMP said officers are responding and instructed residents to seek shelter or shelter in place.

Myles and his brother Damien are accused of going door to door early Sunday in the community, knocking on doors and stabbing whoever opened it.

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Ten people were killed and at least another 18 wounded in the attack.

The victims identified so far range from a 14-year-old boy to a 77-year-old man.

Damien was also found dead in the area on Monday, police say his wounds were not self-inflicted.

With files from Vista National Newswire

Original Story:

A massive manhunt continues in Saskatchewan for one of two suspects in a stabbing spree northeast of Saskatoon that’s left ten people dead and another 18 wounded.

Myles Sanderson is thought to be injured, and was last seen in Regina in the company of an unknown person.

His brother, Damien, was found dead on the James Smith Cree Nation yesterday (Monday), police say his wounds were not self-inflicted.

The two are accused of going from house to house on the First Nation early Sunday, stabbing whomever opened the door.

The victims identified so far range from a 14-year-old boy to a 77-year-old man.

Myles has had previous run-ins with the police.

He was being sought after failing to attend meetings with his parole officer since May.

With files from Vista National Newswire

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