Suspect in Saskatchewan stabbings dies in custody

The RCMP of Saskatchewan said that Canadian officials had discovered and arrested Myles Sanderson.
Medical difficulty occurred soon after his arrest.

Authorities in Saskatchewan have named 30-year-old Myles Sanderson and 31-year-old Damien Sanderson as the prime suspects in Sunday's stabbing spree .

On Monday, the body of a man named Damien Sanderson was discovered in a field close to the stabbing locations, showing "visible injuries."

Saskatoon police confirmed to the CBC that they had been looking for Myles Sanderson since May, when he failed to appear for a parole officer meeting.

After spending almost five years in a federal prison for assault, robbery, damage, and making threats, Myles Sanderson was granted release, as reported by CBC.

On Sunday, authorities began a massive search in an attempt to locate the Sanderson family.

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