After learning that bullets had been fired at the Witchekan Lake First Nation, the Spiritwood RCMP alerted the public of a dangerous individual. Let’s see in detail about Witchekan Lake First Nation shooting.
The Mounties said in a press statement that numerous armed suspects were on the run, potentially on foot or in a dark red Mustang from the mid-2000s.
As of 1:30 p.m. CT, the dangerous persons alert has been extended provincewide as the suspects have access to a vehicle.
1/2 Dangerous Person Alert: Spiritwood RCMP investigating reports of shots fired on Witchekan Lake First Nation. Several armed suspects at large. Suspects may be in mid-2000s dark red Mustang. https://t.co/j9sYR0oZ7J
— RCMP Saskatchewan (@RCMPSK) September 5, 2022
The James Smith Cree Nation investigation is not thought to be related to the stabbing spree that occurred on Sunday, according to the RCMP.
About 130 kilometres west of Prince Albert is where the First Nation is.
The RCMP issued a number of warnings, including avoiding picking up hitchhikers, staying away from questionable persons, and sheltering in place if they were in the vicinity.
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