Violent intruders burst into home on Little Pine First Nation, RCMP say
Armed and disguised men burst into a home with a woman and 7 youngsters inside
A home on the Little Pine First Nation was the scene of a violent break-in Tuesday night.
RCMP said Friday that they have two suspects in custody and were warning people about a third man who remains at large.
According to RCMP, the home invasion involved two men who were wearing disguises and were carrying a knife and a firearm.
The intruders forced their way into a home where an adult woman and seven youth were inside at the time. Police said no one was injured.
The suspects left the home in what was later determined to be a stolen vehicle.
RCMP said they spotted the vehicle, stuck, and arrested one person.
They said a second suspect was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday after RCMP were called about a suspicious person in the community.
It wasn't immediately clear how a third suspect was connected to the home invasion, but RCMP said that man is wanted in relation the incident.
They also said that suspect, a 28-year-old man, should not be approached if members of the public see him.
The Little Pine First Nation is about 200 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon.