Saskatchewan stabbings: Premier Scott Moe speaks for 1st time since incident | LIVE

Saskatchewan stabbings: premier scott moe speaks for 1st time since incident | live

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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is expected to speak for the first time since Sunday’s deadly stabbing spree that left 10 people dead across 13 crime scenes in the province.

Police continue to search for 30-year-old Myles Sanderson, one of the suspects. Police say he may be injured, is considered dangerous and should not be approached.

The body of the other suspect in the attacks, 31-year-old Damien Sanderson, was discovered outdoors in a grassy area on the James Smith Cree Nation on Monday, not far from one of the crime scenes. Police have said Myles and Damien Sanderson were brothers.

Since Sunday morning, police have been scouring Regina after a report the two suspects had been seen in the city, and Regina Police Chief Evan Bray says the search for Myles Sanderson will continue until he is located.

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