UPDATE: One suspect in Saskatchewan stabbings dead, other still at large

RCMP said they located the body of Damien Sanderson with "visible injuries."

Beth Baisch Toronto ON

The Globe and Mail reports that Damien Sanderson, one of the two suspects in the Saskatchewan stabbings, is deceased, suffering from injuries that do not appear to be self-inflicted. Myles Sanderson, the other suspect is still at large.

RCMP said they located the body of Damien Sanderson with "visible injuries."

Original story below:

10 people are dead and at least 15 more injured as a result of a mass stabbing spree in Saskatchewan, Canada on Sunday, according to CBC. "We are dedicating a maximum number of resources to this investigation," the RCMP said.

Saskatchewan RCMP's commanding officer Rhonda Blackmore said that at 5:40 am a call was received reporting a stabbing on the James Smith Cree Nation, and multiple calls were then came in reporting additional stabbings in other locations in the community. This information was relayed during a press conference.

Victims have been found in 13 locations in the areas of James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon.

"There maybe additional injured victims who transported themselves to various hospitals," Blackmore said.

A province-wide Dangerous Person Alert was issued by Melfort RCMP, identifying the suspects as Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson. The tweet says the two may be in black Nissan Rogue with SK license plate 119 MPI.

RCMP advised people in the Regina area to take precautions and consider sheltering in place, and to not approach the suspicious persons.

Blackmore said that "At this point in time, we have no indication they travelled to another province," however they have requested the alert be extended to the provinces of Alberta and Manitoba as well.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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