The suspect wanted by Canadian authorities after a wave of stabbings over the weekend that killed 10 people in and around an Indian reservation in Saskatchewan, Canada, died Wednesday, apparently of self-inflicted wounds, shortly after your prison. Global news agency reported.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) previously said that Myles Sanderson, 30, was detained near the town of Rosthern, Saskatchewan, about 100 km southwest of the area where one of the bloodiest acts of mass violence in the country’s history. took place last Sunday (4).
Global News, citing multiple law enforcement sources, reported that Sanderson surrendered to police and was taken alive in an ambulance after a roadside chase in which police threw his vehicle off the road. He died shortly after from injuries that authorities believe were self-inflicted.
CBC News also reported that Sanderson died after being taken into custody. His older brother and accused accomplice, Damien Sanderson, 31, was found dead Monday in a grassy area of the James Smith Cree Nation.
Police are investigating whether the younger brother may have killed his brother and said Myles may have suffered injuries that require medical attention.
The RCMP, in a late-afternoon notice announcing Sanderson’s arrest, gave no details on how the end of the four-day manhunt ended, saying only: “There is no further risk to public safety related to this investigation.”
Source: CNN Brasil