One suspect in Canada's mass stabbings found dead

Police in Canada say one of the suspects in Sunday's mass stabbings has been found dead, while the other remains at large.

The police have been hunting for the two suspects, identified as brothers, following a rampage that left 10 people dead and 18 others injured.

The attacks reportedly took place at 13 locations in an indigenous community and a nearby village in the central Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

The police said on Monday that one of the suspects was found dead with "visible injuries" in the indigenous community. They are trying to determine the cause of death.

The other suspect is thought to have fled about 300 kilometers south to Saskatchewan's capital city of Regina. He was reportedly spotted in a car there on the day of the attack.

As fear spreads through local communities, the police are asking residents to remain on the alert.