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ONE OF TWO SUSPECTS Found Dead Following Saskatchewan Stabbing Rampage — One of Brothers Found in Grassy Area and Likely Murdered – 10 Dead in Mass Stabbing


The suspects have been identified as Damien Sanderson (left) and Myles Sanderson

Ten are dead and at least another 15 were injured following a mass stabbing spree in Saskatchewan Canada on Sunday.

Police were looking for two suspects in the attack — Two brothers.

On Monday one of the brothers, Damien Sanderson, 31, was found dead. He was murdered.

Damien was 5 foot 7 and 155 lbs with black hair, brown eyes.

Myles, his brother, is 30, 6 foot 1 and 240 lbs with brown hair and eyes.

CP24 reported:

RCMP say the body of Damien Sanderson, 31, was found Monday morning on the James Smith Cree Nation, where some of the attacks took place Sunday morning.

Those attacks left 10 others dead and 18 others injured.

“(Sanderson’s) body was located outdoors in a heavily grassed area in proximity to a house that was being examined,” Rhonda Blackmore, the assistant RCMP commissioner in charge of Saskatchewan, told reporters.

“He has visible injuries. His injuries are not believed to be self-inflicted.”

Police continue to search for the second fugitive, Damien’s 30-year-old brother, Myles Sanderson, and say he may be wounded.

The suspects may be traveling in the Arcola Ave area, police said.

The post ONE OF TWO SUSPECTS Found Dead Following Saskatchewan Stabbing Rampage — One of Brothers Found in Grassy Area and Likely Murdered – 10 Dead in Mass Stabbing appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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