Canadian police on hunt for two suspects after ten left dead and at least 15 hurt in Saskatchewan stabbings

Canadian police said they were on the hunt for two suspects

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Canadian police on Sunday said they were on the hunt for two suspects believed to have killed 10 people and injured at least 15 others in stabbings in the Saskatchewan province.

The police are on the hunt for two suspects.
The police are on the hunt for two suspects.

Police named Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson as the two suspects and said they were travelling in a black, Nissan Rogue.

The attacks happened at multiple locations, including James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon in Saskatchewan, and there were 13 crime scenes that police were investigating, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Saskatchewan said.

Police said that some of the victims appeared to have been targeted by the suspects while others were attacked randomly.

There may be additional injured victims who transported themselves to various hospitals, police told reporters at a news conference.