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One Suspect Dead, Brother Sought in Canadian Stabbing Rampage

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police say that one of two brothers wanted in a stabbing rampage that killed 10 people in Saskatchewan was found dead. The body of Damien Sanderson, 31, was discovered Monday in James Smith Cree Nation, where the killings took place, Politico reports. The stunning attacks, which police say took place Sunday in different 13 locations, have rattled the region. Authorities believe the suspects targeted some of their victims and attacked others at random. A police manhunt in the heart of the Canadian Prairies continues for Myles Sanderson, 30, who may be wounded.

Police intend to charge Myles Sanderson with three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and breaking and entering. Damien Sanderson was facing one count of first-degree murder, as well as one count of attempted murder and breaking and entering. At 5:40 a.m. local time Sunday, the RCMP received a call about a stabbing on the James Smith Cree Nation in northern Saskatchewan. Within minutes, there were other calls to the police with news of more stabbings across the community. Police were investigating 10 deaths in 13 locations on James Smith Cree Nation and in the nearby community of Weldon, a three-hour drive north of Regina. At least 15 more victims had been sent to hospitals.


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