Suspect dies in case of killing 10 people with sharp weapons in Canada


A suspect has died in connection with the murder of 10 people with a sharp weapon in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Police said on Monday that the investigation revealed that the deceased did not commit suicide. Police are looking for another suspect.

Regina Police Chief Evan Bray said Damien Sanderson (31) was found dead and his brother Miles Sanderson (30) is on the run.

Damien's body was found at the site where people were murdered with a sharp weapons. Police believe Miles may be in Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan.

RCMP commanding officer Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore said, “His body was found on the grass outside a house being searched. There were wound marks on his body. So far it is believed that he did not commit suicide."

The body of the suspect was found two days after a series of killings of people with sharp-edged weapons in the indigenous community and the nearby town. In this incident, 10 people were killed and 18 were injured.