Canadian police have said that 10 people died and at least 15 were sent to hospitals after stabbings in multiple locations in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a press conference on Sunday that they are looking for two suspects. Alert issued for the suspects in random stabbings has been expanded to three provinces, Xinhua news agency reported.
Police responding to emergency calls found 10 dead in the Indigenous community of James Smith Cree Nation and the nearby town of Weldon, Saskatchewan, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore told a news conference.
"Several additional victims have been injured, 15 of which at this point have been transported to various hospitals," she said.
Yet more victims may have made their way to hospitals on their own, she added.
"We are actively looking for the two suspects," she said.
They have been identified as Damien and Myles Sanderson and described as 30- and 31-year-old males, both with black hair and brown eyes.
The suspects fled in a black Nissan Rogue, Blackmore added, and several checkpoints have been set up on highways and roads across the region, as "maximum" police resources were deployed for the search.