An update on the mass stabbing in Saskatchewan Canada, police have expanded their search area for the missing suspect who’s still considered ‘armed and dangerous’. The assaults on Sunday spanned 13 different crime scenes in the James Smith Cree Nation and a nearby rural village, leaving 10 people dead and injuring 18 others. Three people remain in critical condition while seven are stable and another seven have been discharged. Police have not released information on the victim’s identities but say they included men and women in different age groups with the youngest in their early 20s. Myles Sanderson remains at large after his brother Damien was found dead on Monday with injuries that were not believed to be self-inflicted. Police have warned that Sanderson may be injured but he is still not be approached.
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