Author of massacre in Canada would remain in Saskatchewan, authorities warn

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP, for its acronym in English) warned that one of the authors of the multiple stabbing that occurred last weekend in several locations in the province of Saskatchewan, could have been seen in James Smith Cree Nation.

For this reason, authorities called Saskatchewan residents to not leave their homes while a police operation is carried out to find Myles Sanderson, according to Canadian radio and television CBC citing own sources.

The Canadian Police are still immersed in the search for Myles Sanderson, accused of perpetrating, together with his brother, Damien, the attack last Sunday in which 10 people died and 18 others were injured.

Although the operation continues in search of Myles, this Tuesday it was announced that the Police found the same Sunday afternoon the lifeless body of Damien, 31 years oldin a parkland of James Smith Cree Nation.

According to the police, the body of the attacker shows wounds that were not self-inflicted. This past Monday it was reported that Myles Sanderson, 30, was injured and that he would seek medical attention.

(With information from Europa Press and Aristegui News)

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