The hunt for a fugitive mass murder suspect continues in Saskatchewan today after an intense police search yesterday came out empty.
Miles Sanderson is wanted on first-degree murder charges after the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Saskatchewan said a stabbing attack on the James Smith Cree First Nation and in the nearby village of Weldon on Sunday left 10 dead and 18 injured.
The Canadian Mounted Police searched, but could not find, Sanderson, after reports yesterday in the First Nation said she had pushed police drones, tactical vehicles and a helicopter onto the community, where residents were already in a state of anxiety and grief.
As the inspection enters its fourth day, the police are asking the public to be vigilant.
Experts say Saskatchewan stabbing spree highlights rural policing challenges
After a possible sighting in Regina this weekend of a vehicle being driven by Sanderson, Police Chief Evan Bray said late Tuesday afternoon that the service no longer believes Sanderson is in the community.
His brother Damien Sanderson, a suspect in the murders, was found dead on Monday in a grassy area not far from one of the crime scenes.
Miles Sanderson has a criminal record of nearly two decades and The tendency to be violent when drunkthe parole board document says.
The Parole Board of Canada document released in February says Miles Sanderson told the board that regular use of drugs and strong alcohol would make him “lose (his mind)” and get angry.
The manhunt for the Saskatchewan stabbing suspect continues after a blank search tip first appeared on CityNews Edmonton.
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