Justin Trudeau denounces “horrible and shocking” attacks

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced the “horrible and shocking” attacks in reference to the killings discovered on Sunday in two isolated localities. At least ten dead were recorded and about fifteen injured.

“Today’s attacks in Saskatchewan are horrific and heartbreaking. Thinking of those who have lost loved ones and those who have been hurt,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote on Twitter.

For his part, the head of government of this province, Scott Moe, said “he has no words to adequately describe the pain and loss caused by this senseless violence”.

Since the discovery of this series of murders, one of the bloodiest events in recent Canadian history, an investigation and an active search to identify the perpetrators have been launched.

Two suspects have been identified, two men named Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson, aged 30 and 31, with black hair and brown eyes.

Responding to emergency calls, police found ten bodies in the James Smith Cree Nation Aboriginal community and the nearby town of Weldon in the western province of Saskatchewan, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Assistant Commissioner said. , Rhonda Blackmore, during a press conference.

“Several other victims were injured, 15 of whom have so far been transported to various hospitals,” she added, adding that the police were looking for “two suspects” and investigating “the numerous crime scenes”.

According to the security official, the two suspects fled in a black Nissan Rogue. Police forces were deployed “at their fullest” to capture them, she said.

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