Sask. RCMP searching for 2 wanted men deemed dangerous, possibly armed | The Canadian News

The RCMP is on the lookout for two wanted men who are considered dangerous and may be armed.

Following a shooting report on December 21, a wounded man was located inside a home on Island Lake First Nation. Later that day, Loon Lake RCMP found a vehicle on a remote, snowy road with another man injured inside.

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As a result of the investigation, four people face charges.

Kirk Crookedneck, 30, and Andrew Opikokew, 22, appeared in Loon Lake Provincial Court on charges including recklessly firing a firearm. Crookedneck also faces an attempted murder charge.

Arrest warrants have been issued for Harold Jr. Mitsuing, 32, and Kashtin Lee Sandfly, 22, who are not to be approached by the public.

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Both face firearms charges, states the RCMP’s December 26 press release.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact RCMP at 306-837-2440, call 911 in an emergency, or report anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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